Maternity Care Package
Our maternity care package price includes unlimited prenatal visits and limitless access to the three Mt Eaton Midwifery certified nurse-midwives. Also included is routine pregnancy bloodwork,
i.e., a prenatal panel, a one-hour glucose tolerance test and a complete blood count around 26-28 weeks. At 36-38 weeks, a group B streptococcus culture is obtained (GBS).
Some tests are not covered such as ultrasounds, 3-hour glucose
tolerance tests, urine cultures and non-stress tests. Injections are not included such as Rh immunoglobulin if your blood type is negative. Should a transfer to the hospital be required, this package does not include those fees.
The package price is $1899; however, if you pay before your due date you will receive a $100 discount. Payments can be made by cash, check or credit card at anytime during your pregnancy. Most families make periodic payments while some pay in one lump sum. Other families use the Church Fund.
Of course, you will receive care from the midwife during your labor and birth and a 6-week checkup for you after the baby arrives.
We want to work around your busy schedules. We are happy to see you as often as you like. But we have discovered many of the women would not rather be seen too often. We midwives think it’s better to be seen more often at the end of pregnancy rather than at the beginning, but scheduling your very first appointment before 20 weeks is wise.
This is the name of standard pregnancy bloodwork which includes blood type and Rh factor, an antibody screen, a complete blood count, hepatitis B, VDRL, and a check for immunity to German measles. This is routine blood work. We just want to be sure you are healthy
throughout your pregnancy.
At around 24 to 28 weeks, it is recommended most women be checked for diabetes during pregnancy. It involves drinking a premeasured amount of liquid sugar and then having your blood drawn one hour later. The results are usually returned to us the next day. We try to call you with the results or mail a letter.
A simple test to check for iron deficiency anemia. A severe deficiency may cause premature delivery and low birth weight babies.
GBS is a bacteria that can cause your newborn to be very ill at birth. It’s fairly rare, but it can be difficult to treat after the baby has become ill; therefore, the bacteria is treated while you are in labor with an intravenous antibiotic.
While at the Care Center, you will be attended by your midwife, a Registered Nurse and either a Licensed Practical Nurse or another Registered Nurse. We will encourage you to do whatever you need to do to get this baby born. You may eat and drink whatever suits you during the birthing process and give birth in any position that works!
The Mt Eaton Care Center charges a separate fee to use the facility for childbirth or any other special admissions. They want to be paid before you go home.
Who We Are
Mary Ann Durbin
Founder Midwife (Now Retired)
I was interested in natural childbirth since before I had my first baby when I was 21. It always made more sense to me that generally speaking, the entire birthing process will unfold at it’s own pace and probably…
MS, APRN-CNM, Certified Breastfeeding Specialist
Katie is a recent graduate of the Ohio State University’s nurse midwifery program and was fortunate enough to spend two semesters as a student…
Lauren Mix has been a registered nurse since 2013 and spent 6 years working in the specialty of critical care. She always wanted to continue her education and decided on pursuing her master’s degree…
Mt Eaton Midwifery is a midwifery clinic serving the Amish and Mennonite communities of Holmes, Wayne and surrounding counties.
Graduated with honors and is Certified Nationally as a Medical Assistant and Phlebotomist. She joined our team in April 2018. She is a mother of three and has been married to her husband Dwayne for 18 years.
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A clinic serving the Amish and Mennonite communities of Holmes, Wayne and surrounding counties.
Mt Eaton Midwifery is a midwifery clinic serving the Amish and Mennonite communities of Holmes, Wayne, and surrounding counties.
Mailing Address: PO Box 216 Mt. Eaton, OH 44659
Physical Address: 9176 Winesburg Rd, Dundee, OH 44624
Office Number: (330) 359-0580