Birth with midwives
A midwife birth involves a certified nurse-midwife who is a registered nurse with advanced training in midwifery. A midwife can provide care throughout pregnancy, childbirth and after childbirth.
What is a midwife?
Certified nurse-midwives provide pregnancy and childbirth care that combines conventional and complementary care recommendations, including options like water birth, vaginal birth after Cesarean, and support for use or non-use of pain medication in labor. Midwifery is centered on wellness, nutrition and healthy lifestyles all while supporting a woman’s emotional and physical well being. Learn more about delivering with a midwife.
Our midwife partners
The Mother Baby Center care team is proud to partner with following midwifery groups:
- Allina Health midwives catch babies and caregivers at The Mother Baby Center at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis, United Hospital located in St. Paul and Mercy Hospital located in Coon Rapids.
- Health Partners midwives catch babies and caregivers at The Mother Baby Center at Mercy Hospital located in Coon Rapids.