We appreciate the fact that every birth is a unique and intimate experience, and we have the expert staff, powerful medical affiliations, and excellent quality and safety standards to take the best possible care of you and your baby. As the big day approaches, you may be thinking about ways to make your baby’s birth experience more meaningful for you and your loved ones. We encourage you to take the time to fill out our Birth Preferences Plan so we can help provide the environment that will make you most comfortable, physically and emotionally. Simply click here to fill out our Birth Preferences Plan online or click here to download and print out this form.
This plan is not a contract and can be modified at any time. It’s important to understand that every birth is different, so it’s not possible to predict the course of your labor. We ask that you be prepared to adjust your birth preferences if it becomes medically necessary to do so. As long as your safety or that of your baby is not compromised, our goal is to stay as true to your plan as possible.
After delivering her first child through an unplanned cesarean, Camille Hale was determined her second child would be a vaginal birth after cesarean, or VBAC. Everything went according to plan, and Camille had the meaningful birth experience she was dreaming of. Read more.