Please reach out to us at 432-201-4255 if you cannot find an answer to your question.
Our main service area includes Odessa, and Midland, Texas. This is due to the capabilities of the facilities in these cities. Our number one priority is to keep you and your baby safe and to do that, we know we need a backup plan where there is a facility equipped to help with emergencies. If you do not live in one of these areas but are still interested in our care please reach out so we can discuss options.
We offer a free face to face (in Odessa) or a virtual consultation to see if we are the right fit for your family.
- At this time, we do not accept insurance for our services. We are happy to provide detailed documentation for you to seek reimbursement with your insurance provider. Many people may find our total cost lower than their out-of-pocket costs with a high deductible plan.
- Other services that you may be referred to throughout your care, such as lab work or sonograms, can be covered by your insurance
- Home births are safe when planned, and screening to ensure safety is done in the prenatal period. One group of researchers compiled the evidence in 2020 and stated, "The findings indicate that home birth is safe for low-risk women in settings where home birth care is well integrated into the local health care system, and who begin labor with a plan to give birth at home." You can read it for yourself here: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eclinm.2020.100319
- Another excellent resource for everything prenatal and birth-related is Evidence Based Birth. Many of your questions can be answered by a Ph.D. prepared Registered Nurse, who presents the evidence to parents in an easy-to-understand format.