BTW, FWIW, I would NOT use Riverside. It is a baby factory! I had a mom friend tell me that a nurse there told her the stat was 96% of women get some sort of pain relief and that she (on her third child) had to argue that yes really she didn't want anything. They just wouldn't believe her because it was so unusual. My midwives recommended Grant and the new hospital in Dublin as places to transfer to that were more midwife/natural birth friendly and they've experienced pretty much every central Ohio hospital. So if you're strongly considering Riverside, instead of looking at the pretty tubs and birth items ask what percent of women actually get to use them or use pain meds.
I second this advice! Although I moved to Indiana a few months back, I spent years in Columbus plugged into the local birth and lactation communities, and rarely heard or saw great natural birth-related things involving Riverside. (I do know one mom who had her 4th through 6th children naturally at Riverside--she managed it by showing up fully dilated and pushing the babies out before there was time to start IVs and other interventions.) If you're interested in breastfeeding, you'll also have a much easier time of it at Grant, which has 20+ hour/day IBCLC lactation coverage with lactation-trained nurse backup, or Dublin (still too few patients for full lactation support, but a more supportive "culture" than Riverside's) than at Riverside, which has never quite joined the BF and mother-baby bonding bandwagon.