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Recent VBACs at Cornerstone Clinic or Baptist Medical?

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Hi, all. I'm looking to do a VBAC after my first daughter was born early and breech through an emergency c-section. I have since moved to AR from Seattle, WA and have found that the closest medical center does not do VBACs. I've looked around and found a few clinics that have doctors covered by my insurance, but I would love the scoop on which doctors are truly VBAC friendly, what details/stipulations/obstacles I should or be aware of going into a VBAC, and if there are any doulas you have used who are great with VBACs. Thanks!

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Your absolute best bet is doctor Leticia Jones at Grace Clinic for Women. She is or was recently on the AR Midwifery Board and is amazing! I've worked with her personally. My own midwife raves about her and says she is a strong proponent of VBAC. I recommended a friend to her who was pursuing a VBAC and she not only loved Dr. Jones, but she accomplished her VBAC goal! 

 

Also, for doulas, I recommend finding someone at the Little Rock Birth Works that suits your personality and style. They are a wonderful group of women.

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Your absolute best bet is doctor Leticia Jones at Grace Clinic for Women. She is or was recently on the AR Midwifery Board and is amazing! I've worked with her personally. My own midwife raves about her and says she is a strong proponent of VBAC. I recommended a friend to her who was pursuing a VBAC and she not only loved Dr. Jones, but she accomplished her VBAC goal! 

 

Also, for doulas, I recommend finding someone at the Little Rock Birth Works that suits your personality and style. They are a wonderful group of women.


I second this post entirely.  She took over for the OB who attended my hospital VBAC (Dr Henry- now retired) and is even more pro-natural birth/VBAC than he was.  The clinic name has been changed to Genesis Clinic, FYI.  She is my midwife's backup and they all love her. 

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