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Midwifery

Creating healthy babies and happy families.

The midwives of the NVRH Birth Center and the Women’s Wellness Center believe that every individual has the right to safe, satisfying healthcare with respect for human dignity and cultural variations. Women choosing to deliver at NVRH are given respect and autonomy in their family planning and childbirth choices. We view the health and well-being of women as the keystone to creating healthy babies and happy families. We believe firmly in the ability and strength of women to give birth naturally and/or in accordance with their desires, and provide as much support as needed to help women accomplish their goals.

Services

  • Annual pelvic exam and physical
  • PAP smear
  • STI screening/testing
  • Family planning methods of all types
  • Pre-conceptual counseling
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Prenatal care
  • Labor and Delivery at the NVRH Birth Center
  • Freedom of movement and activity during childbirth
  • Hydrotherapy in labor
  • Water Birth
  • Nitrous Oxide during labor
  • Epidural and intrathecal anesthesia
  • Postpartum care and support
  • Expert lactation counseling
  • Support for pregnancy-associated mood changes
  • Immediate availability of medical and surgical support
  • Access to our Wellness Counselor and Behavioral Health Specialist
  • Midwife on-call 24/7
Providers
Location

Gregory Rubin Reynolds Building

The Women’s Wellness Center & The Birth Center
1315 Hospital Drive
St. Johnsbury, VT 05819

Hours

Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Contact

Phone number: 802-748-7300

Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital

PO Box 905
1315 Hospital Drive
St. Johnsbury, Vermont 05819

802-748-8141  |  TTY/TTD, Dial 711

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