Heart 2 Heart Birth Center midwives have been providing a natural birth experience option to the Central Florida and greater Orlando area since 1997,
making SHARED DECISION MAKING a part of your care. Schedule a consult and tour to see what this could look like for your birth experience.
At Heart 2 Heart Birth Center, we have designed your birthing center to resemble a luxurious bed & breakfast so you can feel relaxed & safe knowing your baby(s) can be birthed within the best environment.
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We will review your medical history and discuss your childbirth expectations and see if you are a good candidate for a natural, out of hospital birth (in our center). During your consultation visit, if you are beyond 7 weeks, we can do a free pregnancy confirmation early ultrasound.
Yes. Heart 2 Heart Birth Center is a State Licensed facility. This means that we adhere to state guidelines throughout your pregnancy, providing care to low risk, healthy moms. If higher risk issues are identified, we either consult with our back up physician, refer our patients for collaborative care with other local health professionals, or if necessary, transfer care to a higher level medical team. Call us today to see if you qualify for a natural birth experience!
Currently Heart 2 Heart Birth Center offers payment plans for patients. We are in network with MOST commercial plans (please call for more details.)
As of April 2023, we are not longer accepting Florida Medicaid.
Yes. As we are moving through the Covid 19 pandemic time line, we are all finding our “new normal”. On a daily basis for our clinic, that means entering our facility still requires screening of symptoms and temperature checks. Asymptomatic guests may remove their masks if they prefer. Partners are encouraged to come to visits. Prenatally, if a mom has had direct exposure or has tested positive for Covid19, telehealth appointments will be arranged until mom’s test is negative or all symptoms have stopped for 2 full weeks. On a more personal note, most of our staff has opted to be vaccinated to protect others that we are in contact with.
Many people ask what this looks like for our laboring moms. Laboring moms are not required to wear masks. Guests are still limited, but always have been, since your delivery room is standard bedroom size and childbirth is not a spectator sport. We are so sorry that we do not have room for extended family members to wait while a baby is being delivered, so family members are directed to wait at home until mom is discharged, or come for a short visit an hour or so after new baby has been born. Most moms can go home after 4 hours, if they choose, so family members can see baby very soon after birth. We do have home birth as an option for families who want more.