Congratulations! There is so much to investigate, discover and plan. Choosing where to have a baby is a big decision. We hope you will choose one of our birth locations. At some point, you will want to find out how much it will cost you to welcome your new additon. We have that part down to three easy steps!
- Start by clicking the button on the right to send us your insurance information so we can see how much your insurance will cover and how much it will cost you. We will contact you according to the preference you choose on the form.
- Next, click on the second button to the right and request information from a birth center or midwife near you. We will contact you according to your preference on the form and let you know how to set up a Meet and Greet with a provider.
- If you like what you see and hear at your appointment, email our finance department: to set up a quick appointment to review financial documents and either pay your portion all at once or set up a payment plan!
We are proud to offer National Birth Centers, Inc. affiliates in each state listed in bold below. Some states have several locations. All our locations are accredited for quality assurance to our customers. We are working on website to show off each birth center below and the midwives, physicians and doulas that work at each location. Until we get our website updated, please email us using the second button on the right for more information on a specific location. We love to provide contact information to specific centers in your area!
Alabama (coming soon.... so excited to share our news!... let us know where you want birth centers in AL! Alaska Arizona (currently in negotiations to establish multiple birth centers in Arizona... stay tuned... Arkansas California: Los Angeles, Modesto, Newhall, Sacramento, Thousand Oaks, Tracy, Valencia, Westwood Colorado: Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Loveland Connecticut Delaware: Wilmington Florida: Cooper City, Miami, Miami Beach, North Miami Beach, Pembroke Pines, Winter Springs Georgia: Alanta, Dacula, Peachtree Corners, Riverdale, Hawaii: Kaiua Kona (negotiations in process for birth centers in Maui) Idaho: Ammon, Boise Illinois: Evanston, Naperville Indiana: Anderson, Hanover, Howe, Lawrenceburg, McCordsville Iowa Kansas: Lawrence, Shawnee, Valley Center, Wichita Kentucky: Hebron Louisiana: Ball, Broussard, Covington, Lafayette, Shreveport, Sulpher, Youngsville Maine Maryland Massachusetts: Hingham, other negotiations in progress Michigan: Benton Harbor, Greenville, Plainwell, Vicksburg Minnesota Mississippi Missouri: Grandview, Independence, Kansas City, Lee's Summit Montana: Libby Nebraska Nevada: Sparks New Hampshire New Jersey: Mays Landing New Mexico New York: Manhattan, Bronx North Carolina: Charlotte, Greensboro North Dakota Ohio: several locations in Cincinnati Oklahoma (negotiations in process for Birth Centers across the state) Oregon: Bend Pennsylvania Rhode Island: Pawtucket South Carolina: Greenville, Rock Hill, Simpsonville, (coming soon in Aberdeen) South Dakota Tennessee: Chattanooga, Prospect, Springhill, Summertown Texas: Amarillo, Canton, Carthage, Farmersville, Fort Worth, Greenville, Irving, Manor, Marshall, San Marcos, Terrell, Tyler, Wichita Falls, Wimberley Utah: Brigham City, Draper, Farmington, Holladay, Hyde Park, Lehi, Orem, Pleasant Grove, Provo, SLC, Sandy. Saratoga Springs, South Ogden, Vermont: Saxons River Virginia: Arlington, Newport News, Warrenton Washington West Virginia Wisconsin: Springrook, Superior Wyoming: Evanston, Powell
Do you have a recommendation on a new location? Please send us information on recommendations for future locations of birth centers. We love establishing new birth centers across the United States. Our long-term goals include birth suites accessible by every county in every state in the U.S. by 2020!
Our primary plan for every birth is a picture of a peaceful, family-centered, low/no-intervention vaginal delivery in a setting prepared specifically for birth... (not sickness, injury or surgery); however, there are times that dreams and reality have to merge and in those times, dreams need to be altered in order for you to achieve your long/short-term goals.
As a national company, our goals include mother and baby both surviving birth to enjoy a lifetime of love, fun and achievement... sometimes that is accomplished with a vaginal delivery and sometimes that is accomplished with a surgical delivery. Our long range plans include birth centers with surgical suites and physicians on site in the event a surgical delivery is needed. While low/no intervention vaginal delivery is our goal, we understand sometimes a surgical delivery is necessary for a variety of reasons.
When our back-up plan becomes the best plan, we want moms. dads and babies to know we care and want their birth plan and birth day to be among the best days of their lives! Our goal is a safe delivery whether vaginal or surgical, so your family can fulfill its highest accomphlishments and forever proclaim that you lived "happily ever after!"
National Birth Centers is here for you!