With our first the midwife did the well-baby checks for the first six weeks. We had the PKU done at the local clinic, explaining that our other health care had been taken care of by the midwife. I did get some flack about not vaccinating, but not about having the well-baby checks done by the midwife -- after all, it is pretty basic stuff, it's not rocket science. You could do most of it yourself with some minimal education. At two months we began well-baby checks with a pediatrician who did not seem to care one way or another that we'd had a homebirth -- it was never a topic of conversation.
Our second and third have not been in for *any* well-baby visits. I just figured that it was pointless to spend that money (even though our insurance covered it) and expose the kids to germs just so the doctor could tell me what I already knew, which was that my babies were healthy and normal. We did, with our third, take her in to see a pediatrician at about four months of age to have her hips checked. Her leg creases did not match up, and our family has a history of hip problems, so I first had a midwife check her. She did not find any problems, but I wanted to be absolutely sure so I got a second opinion. The doctor concurred that her hips were fine.
This last time when I took my baby in for an after birth check-up, it was so nice, I layed her on the soft bed in the natural light coming through the window, the midwife oohed and aahed over her, even giving her a little infant massage while she very gently checked her over. The baby didn't utter a peep the whole time, and afterwards I picked her up to nurse her, and we talked about all sorts of baby health care related things for about an hour. It was very different than your typical pediatrician visit!