I'm working toward getting my CNM and it seems like a good compromise because I know that many women who hire midwives are looking for more home like and out of hospital births. Several of the local hospitals would still allow me to have privileges as long as strict standards are followed for transfer and with privileges I could follow a patient to the hospital. Having a center rather then going out to people's homes would allow better access to emergency equipment if needed.
But those kind of details aside what is important to you in a birth center if you were to use one? Or honestly what kind of things would you look for in considering a birth attendant?
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