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  • Assagao Birthing Center Goa India - Natural Birth + Waterbirth
    Assagao Birthing Center Goa India: The Casa Maieutica offers a place for holistic care during pregnancy, birth & the postnatal period. Experienced midwives from Germany care for women, baby & family. Informations for Natural Birth, Homebirth & Waterbirth.

  • Blessed Beginnings Midwifery
    Comprehensive Midwifery Care specializing in homebirth, waterbirth and VBAC. Birth Center opening in North Orange County in 2004.

  • LifeSpring Midwifery, LLC
    Alison Haasch, licensed midwife. Comprehensive midwifery care specializing in natural home birth, childbirth education, breastfeeding, and well woman care in the Phoenix, Arizona area.

  • Safe & Gentle Maternity, New Braunfels, Texas
    Offering homebirth, waterbirth, and personalized prenatal services.

  • Alaska Midwives
    An Out-of-Hospital birth center with two birthing rooms, each equipped with a large Jacuzzi tub for water births, a shower, and home-like environment.

  • American College of Nurse-Midwives
    Nurse-midwifery is focused on the needs of the individual and family for physical care, emotional and social support and active involvement of significant others according to cultural values and personal preferences. The practice of nurse-midwifery encourages continuity of care; emphasizes safe, competent clinical management; advocates non-intervention in normal processes; and promotes health education for women throughout the childbearing cycle.

  • Citizens for Midwifery
    The Midwifery Model of Care is based on the fact that pregnancy and birth are normal life events. The Midwifery Model of Care includes...

  • Having a Baby Today
    From pre-conception to the first birthday, Having a Baby Today will help parents and parents-to-be learn how to have a healthy, happy baby and mother!

  • Legal Aspects of Midwifery
    Information resource on legal issues and midwifery.

  • Legal Status of Direct-Entry Midwives
    Legal Status of Direct-Entry Midwives: State-by-State Analysis.

  • MidwifeInfo.com
    A great place for expectant parents to start learning about who midwives are, why you might want to have a midwife care for you and your baby.

  • Midwifery Consulting Services
    Midwifery Consulting Services provides consultation on the practice of Hypnosis for Childbirth in the greater Toronto area.

  • Midwifery Today - Pregnancy, Birth and Homebirth
    Learn all about pregnancy, birth, homebirth, natural birth, breastfeeding, and herbs, from MIDWIFERY TODAY magazine.

  • Midwife vs Physician
    -- Low-risk patients who choose nurse midwives for their obstetrical care have fewer Caesarean sections, receive less anesthesia, have a much lower rate of episiotomy and incur less expense, compared to similar women who choose physicians for their care. At the same time, obstetricians, family physicians and nurse midwives all achieve excellent results.

  • Midwives Support Unmedicated Birth
    Would you like to know the real reason we prefer unmedicated births? The truth is that it is much better for babies to go through the birth process without medication.

  • MoonDragon Birthing Services
    MoonDragon Birthing Services Domiciliary Midwifery & Woman Care Salem, Massachusetts (978)744-5583

  • Newfoundland and Labrador Midwives' Association
    A Canadian midwifery information resource.

  • Online Birth Center: Midwifery, Pregnancy, Birth, and Breastfeeding
    Midwifery, Pregnancy, Birth and Breastfeeding is especially designed to help parents. It includes links to information ranging from fertility problems through pregnancy and birth to childhood diseases and special problems.

  • Seattle Midwifery School
    The Seattle Midwifery School (SMS) provides information and educational services that support women's acquisition of knowledge and skills to improve and sustain their health and well-being.

  • Texas Midwife
    Gentle Beginnings was chosen because we believe every baby deserves a gentle entry into this world. Every new mother deserves to be treated with respect and tenderness. Her birth experience should be the best it can be. At no time should she feel violated or disrespected.

  • The Homebirth Choice Article: Midwifery Today
    This document discusses the option of homebirth as one of the many avenues toward a successful birth. A successful birth is one that results in a happy and healthy mom and baby. We offer this in support of education, freedom of choice, and empowerment of women and their families. While aimed at parents, anyone considering the profession of midwifery will also find it useful as a general overview of what a midwife does.

  • The Midwives' Alliance of North America (MANA)
    The Midwives' Alliance of North America (MANA) is an organization of North American midwives and their advocates. MANA's central mission is to promote midwifery as a quality health care option for North American families.

  • The Physician And Midwife Collaborative Practice
    We know there are times you have questions about your body and need a reliable reference. As your health care provider, we want you to have the comfort accessing that kind of information 24 hours a day. We have provided this Web site as an easy-to-use medical reference and home medical companion. You will find many of the answers regarding women's issues, as well as useful information for the rest of the family.

  • United Families for Midwifery Care
    United Families for Midwifery Care, Inc., UFMC, is a Connecticut based non-profit organization dedicated to serving midwives and the women and families who choose their care.

  • What is a doula?
    The word, "doula," comes from the Greek word for the most important female slave or servant in an ancient Greek household, the woman who probably helped the lady of the house through her childbearing. The word has come to refer to "a woman experienced in childbirth who provides continuous physical, emotional, and informational support to the mother before, during and just after childbirth."


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