Out of hospital birth is safe for healthy mothers and babies.
It is empowering, but it takes commitment: a commitment to believing in the strength of your body and trusting in the processes of pregnancy and childbirth.
Currently only accepting return clients into pregnancy care (for those of you who I have done prior pregnancy related care)
Check this page for a some-what-updated list of home birth midwives. I wish the list was more up to date, and helpful, but it isn't.
You can find Sarah Bay, CNM and Theresa Small, CNM along with 3 others in full scope, 24/7 midwifery care at St Joseph's Hospital.
This model is unique compared to other hospital based CNM practices locally in that the midwives that you see in the office are the ones you will see in labor, providing evidence based bedside labor support and postpartum care. We work as a collaborative team with each other, with full support from the ObGyn staff and caring nurses on the Maternity Unit. To learn more, check out their web page or Facebook page, or e-mail me via the contact link for a consultation on midwifery care based in the hospital.
Accepting new and return clients for care
We are licensed to practice in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
We accept NH Medicaid and Medicare and are in network with Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Tufts, United, Aetna, Tricare, Harvard Pilgrim, Minute Man and CIGNA.