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Monitoring your physical, psychological, and social well being throughout your pregnancy, birth and postpartum period

Individualized education and counseling

Family Centered Prenatal Care

Flexible scheduling

Lab Testing


Home birth with personal support during labor and birth

Water Birth

Breast feeding education and support after the birth of your baby

Minimizing technological interventions

Referrals and consultations as neccessary


Child birth Education, Doula services, and Placental encapsulation are provided by our friends at Barefoot Birth

Massage Therapy by Alison Power LMT including:  Prenatal, Labor and Postpartum massage.

We also recommend prenatal yoga at Satya Life Yoga. Visit their website for class schedules.

Fees and billing

We hope you have choosen to have a home birth because you want to take charge of your care. Although home birth is a cost effective option for maternity care and birth we never encourage families to choose home birth based on cost alone. In addition to your health and risk factors you must determine if a homebirth fits your needs.

Lakeland Midwifery Care, Inc. is not contracted with insurance companies. What does this mean if you have insurance? Most insurance policies have an option to choose an out of network provider. This often means you must pay more out of pocket or higher deductable or co-pay.

Our insurance specialist will help you by taking your information. She will verify your insurance and determine what your out of pocket costs will be. We must pay for this service, so there is a non refundable charge of $5.

Medicaid and sliding scale
Lakeland Midwifery Care, Inc. believes that our care should be available to everyone regardless of finances. We accept medicaid for payment. Please talk to us about your finances so we can help make these services affordable for you.