I live in DFW and am doing some digging for a newly pregnant friend. :)
She's in Albuquerque and greatly desires a NCB. She is ideally picturing a birthcenter/midwife birth, but is open to finding an OB or two to interview. She's very new to this and is wanting to get a good open look at what all her options are.
Also where/who NOT to go as far as hospitals or providers would be greatly appreciated!
Also any doula recs?
Thank you in advance!!
Dar A Luz birth center is a free standing natural birth center or Lovelace womans hospital has an awesome natural birthing center with nice jetted water birthing tubs. We also have a TON of homebirthing midwives in the area.
This class might be helpful to her:
It'll help her sort out her local options.
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