Frequently Asked Questions

These are some of our most commonly asked questions! If you are seeking additional information, or would like to establish services with us,

please give us a call at (910) 621-4266.

FAQs

What is the risk criteria?

What we refer to as our "hard stops" include, VBAC/those with previous Cesarean delivery, twins or multiples, and malposition such as

breech, or transverse.

There are other pregnancy related conditions such as severe pre-eclampsia, or gestational diabetes that may also impact eligibility for an out of hospital delivery but these are reviewed on a case by case basis.

What is the risk criteria?

What we refer to as our "hard stops" include, VBAC/those with previous Cesarean delivery, twins or multiples, and malposition such as

breech, or transverse.

There are other pregnancy related conditions such as severe pre-eclampsia, or gestational diabetes that may also impact eligibility for an out of hospital delivery but these are reviewed on a case by case basis.

What is the risk criteria?

What we refer to as our "hard stops" include, VBAC/those with previous Cesarean delivery, twins or multiples, and malposition such as

breech, or transverse.

There are other pregnancy related conditions such as severe pre-eclampsia, or gestational diabetes that may also impact eligibility for an out of hospital delivery but these are reviewed on a case by case basis.

What is the risk criteria?

What we refer to as our "hard stops" include, VBAC/those with previous Cesarean delivery, twins or multiples, and malposition such as

breech, or transverse.

There are other pregnancy related conditions such as severe pre-eclampsia, or gestational diabetes that may also impact eligibility for an out of hospital delivery but these are reviewed on a case by case basis.

What is the risk criteria?

What we refer to as our "hard stops" include, VBAC/those with previous Cesarean delivery, twins or multiples, and malposition such as

breech, or transverse.

There are other pregnancy related conditions such as severe pre-eclampsia, or gestational diabetes that may also impact eligibility for an out of hospital delivery but these are reviewed on a case by case basis.

Do I also need to see an OB?

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What is the risk criteria?

What we refer to as our "hard stops" include, VBAC/those with previous Cesarean delivery, twins or multiples, and malposition such as

breech, or transverse.

There are other pregnancy related conditions such as severe pre-eclampsia, or gestational diabetes that may also impact eligibility for an out of hospital delivery but these are reviewed on a case by case basis.

What is the risk criteria?

What we refer to as our "hard stops" include, VBAC/those with previous Cesarean delivery, twins or multiples, and malposition such as

breech, or transverse.

There are other pregnancy related conditions such as severe pre-eclampsia, or gestational diabetes that may also impact eligibility for an out of hospital delivery but these are reviewed on a case by case basis.

Do you Accept Insurance?

We do work with insurances in a variety of ways. We offer direct billing to TriCare and Medicaid plans, however there are some non-billable fees to be aware of.

For other private insurances, such as BCBS, United Healthcare, Cigna, etc. we offer self-pay rates and the ability to submit a superbill to your insurance company after delivery for potential reimbursement of services. 

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