Hospital Plan

What is a Newborn Birthing Plan?

Having a birth plan is key for guaranteeing that your birthing experience lines up with your preferences and values. A birth plan empowers you. We want you to feel empowered.

As an expectant mother, you have the right to determine what your birth plan will look like. We discuss your unique needs and desires with you and try to design a roadmap for your journey through labor, delivery, and the precious moments thereafter. This plan encapsulates your hopes and preferences, ensuring that every step of this journey reflects your wishes and comforts.

There are no right or wrong answers. There are many things to consider, but as you contemplate the future birth and future, remember that everything can change.

Things to Consider


It’s essential to embrace the fluidity of this beautiful journey. Your preferences may evolve, and that’s perfectly okay. Our goal is to provide unwavering support, regardless of any changes along the way.

Support System

You’re not alone in this journey. Take a moment to envision who you’d like by your side during labor, delivery, and those tender moments after. Whether it’s family, friends, or your loving case manager, know that your support system is here to lift you up with boundless love and care.

Medical Preference

Your comfort and well-being are paramount. Let’s discuss your preferences, whether it’s pain management options like an epidural or decisions regarding breastfeeding and infant care. Your voice matters, and we’ll ensure your wishes are honored every step of the way.

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A scheduled induction provides predictability and is typically scheduled at 39/0 weeks gestation. For first-time moms, it is not until 41/0 weeks gestation.
On occasion, inductions occur for medical reasons when the baby’s safety is better ensured outside the womb.

IV Medications
Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas)

Understanding and giving explicit consent for interventions is crucial for your safety and the safety of the baby.

Medical staff must present and explain interventions before proceeding.

Possible Interventions
IV Baby heart rate monitor (external)
Contraction monitor (external)
Fetal Scalp Electrode (Internal)
Intra Uterine Pressure Catheter (Internal)
Pitocin (Oxytocin)

Assisted Delivery
Vacuum Extraction
Forceps Delivery
C-Section. Abdominal surgery for birthing. Occasionally indicated for various medical reasons.

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Reasons for Surgical Delivery Breech
Macrosomia (baby too big)
Placenta previa (placenta covers cervix)
Maternal/baby health conditions
Personal Choice for C-Section
Perineal Integrity Concerns
History of Abuse


Open communication is the cornerstone of our journey together. Stay connected with our compassionate medical staff and your case manager. Share any thoughts or concerns that arise. Together, we’ll navigate this path with grace and understanding.


From transportation arrangements to clarifying hospital policies, let’s ensure every logistical detail is handled seamlessly. Your focus should be on embracing this precious moment, knowing that everything else is taken care of with love and diligence.

Let Us Help

Case Manager Support

We are here for you every step of the way. Together, we’ll craft a birthing plan that reflects your heart’s deepest desires, providing unwavering support and guidance along the journey.

Communication Liaison

Allow us to be the bridge between you, the hospital staff, and your chosen support system. Your comfort and peace of mind are our top priorities, and we’ll ensure that everyone involved is informed and aligned with your wishes.

Logistical Assistance

Leave the details to us. Whether it’s coordinating travel arrangements or ensuring your comfort during your hospital stay, know that we’re here to handle every logistical aspect with care and precision.