Hey, I'm from Columbus too!
The midwives are awesome!!! I moved from WCH to Carepoint to stick with them. Becky delivered my baby a couple of weeks ago. I had no interventions at all and pushed in many different positions. They're the only practice in the area offering waterbirth.
As far as delivering in a hospital.... It's not home. BUT these midwives will take great care of you through labor and delivery. They come as soon as you're admitted and stay the whole time. Low intervention is their standard, so you don't really have to worry about that getting away from you at the hospital; it's already worked out. My SIL recently delivered at OSU also (not with the midwives) and that was what she complained about -- not following her birth plan and a shift change right before baby was born. But with a midwife who believes in the same thing you do, that's pretty much out of the equation.
Delivering at OSU.... I'll be honest, it wasn't my favorite. It's just so big. I was glad to arrive in the middle of the night because it was empty. I arrived complete, so I don't have a lot to say about Land D. Except that Becky was awesome to rush there in the middle of the night and get there the same time I did! The postpartum rooms are TINY and there's lots of nurses coming in the room to take your temp all the time (as at any hospital) and lots of noise and alarms from other parts of the hospital. But.. you['re only there for like a day. It was totally worth it to get to birth with these midwives.
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