Relax With The Support & Security Of Your Doula-RN™
Enjoy the documented benefits that come with utilizing a doula – non-clinical labor support. The support of a doula may decrease your risk for a C-section or Pitocin and decrease your need for pain medication. In addition to doula support, your Doula-RN™ provides the security of a registered nurse with the clinical skills to monitor your health and that of your baby. This can help enable you to wait at home for the optimal time to leave for the hospital. You may feel reassured to know your Doula-RN™ is constantly available and that things are progressing just as expected.
Enjoy The Simplicity & Sanity Of Our Comprehensive Care
Take advantage of the simplicity of having all your birth, breastfeeding and postpartum needs met through one trusted source. We’ll develop a relationship so we can best meet your needs. You can count on us to be here when you need us after your little one arrives – when it can be wonderful, crazy stressful, confusing and exhilarating all at once. Our postpartum Doula-RN™ care may be just the reliable support that you need. This care may include breastfeeding help, newborn advice, holding baby while you nap, light cleaning or making sure you stay well fed. Let our Doula-RN™ nurture you so that you can nature your baby.
Select Care To Meet Your Needs
Choose which care options best meet your needs. We can personalize a Doula-RN™ care package just for you. If you aren’t sure what you need, come to our next Meet the Midwife event and let’s chat!
You can also schedule a phone consultation for help!
“We chose Christina for our first VBAC delivery because we wanted an experienced and trained person that could provide more than just the standard doula services. We wanted the peace of mind of heart rate monitoring for baby and the possibility of vaginal exams during labor to ensure we didn’t go to the hospital too soon and that mom and baby were fine. Her knowledge and skill helped both me and my husband to feel at ease during the birth of both our second and third babies.”