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UofM canton midwife

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Hi,
This is my first post on mothering, I've been a mothering message board "watcher" for years....dreaming of when I would be at this point, so this is exciting! :-)


My husband and I are currently trying to get pregnant. I have an obgyn through u of m who I really like (Julie Perry at UofM east) but I'd like to have a midwife for my pregnancy and birth. The canton u of m health center is closer to where I live, so I was happy to see that they have a CNM there. I was just wondering if anyone had any experience and opinions with Katherine Bedikian, the midwife there. My goal is a natural birth, and since at this point we're going the hospital birth route, I definitely plan on having a doula.

Also, if you had a hospital birth, how far did you drive to get there? I live in Dearborn and do have some reservations about the drive to Ann Arbor. I'd like to stay home as long as possible once I go into labor but I'm afraid the long drive might not allow that. We lived in Ypsi up until recently so comparatively this feels pretty far!


Thanks for any opinions!
Jessica
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Hello Mango,

 

I don't know anything about the midwives at U of M, but I've heard very good things about the ones at Metro Partners for Women's Health in Novi.  They deliver at Providence in Southfield.  I'm also TTC, and this is where I plan to go.

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Metro Partners website: http://www.womensdocs.com

 

Alternative Birth Center Website: http://www.theabcunit.com/

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I have HAP insurance and unless I want to change all of my other providers, I need to stay through U of M. At this point an out of pocket home birth is not out of the question, but otherwise I will be going through U of M. Thanks for th suggestions though!
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