Hospitals Offering Waterbirth

Here are links to just a few of the hospitals currently offering waterbirth:

Hackettstown Community Hospital
Hackettstown, NJ, USA

Heartland Regional Medical Center
Marion, IL, USA

Healtheast St. Joseph Hospital
St. Paul, MN, USA

Morton Plant Hospital
Clearwater, FL, USA

Cheshire Medical Center
Keene, NH, USA

Feather River Hospital
Paradise, CA, USA



"What a wonderful experience! I'd do it a thousand times over if I could! Rayna was born in such a calm and loving environment. We also had the ability of not leaving our 2 1/2 year old son at any time which made things much less stressful. It's sad that more women don't know of the joys that a homebirth can bring. Birthing in water felt so natural!"

-Rachel, mother of:

 

Rayna Maye
Born at home 5/14/06
Hampton Bay, NY, USA

submitted: 10/11/2006

 


 

"I was so fortunate to have a hospital in my area that supported natural birth and water birth. I would love if water birth was supported in more hospitals."

-Molly, mother of:

Jackson Patrick
Born in a Hospital on 1/7/2003
Lacrosse, WI, USA

submitted 11/17/2006

 




"Fort Wainwright, Alaska (Bassett Army Community Hospital) is the only United States Army installation in the world currently doing water-births!!! Many military wives who've had the pleasure of delivery by water-birth at Fort Wainwright are eager to spread the word and get other Army hospitals on board!"

 

-Natalie, mother of:

Lila Kate
Born 11/6/2006
Bassett Army Community Hospital
Fort Wainwright, Alask
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submitted 12/2/2006






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This series of articles has been published in primarily pediatric journals. The American Academy of Pediatrics requested the committee on Fetus and Newborn to make a statement about waterbirth in 2005.The statement that was published was a selective review of current literature, including the following opinion pieces about waterbirth. None of these are based in scientific evidence or evaluation of thousands of cases.

 




 

 

 

 

 

 
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