Steps to inquiring about and establishing care with Moonlight Midwifery
Available birth client spots- last updated 5/16/21
August- after 8/24
Dec-1 (due date before 12/5)
Jan-3 (due date after 1/17)
1. Learn about Crystal's practice
Please follow each of these steps and do not skip one. Save the time you have during your consult with me for things that are not answered here..
1. Read these webpages
2. Look at the documents attached to these webpages
3. Watch the videos on here
2. Contact Crystal
After reading and watching the available information, please
submit your details in the inquiry form below.
Early pregnancy? Read this webpage on options.
3. Schedule consult
If it sounds like you might be a homebirth candidate, I'll send you can schedule a virtual meeting. I ask that your partner/husband be present. The consult is a 20min complimentary time to talk to Crystal about your history, your case, your questions, your interest in homebirth. She also uses it as a way to feel if you'd be a good fit for your philosophy and practice.
4. Sign contracts
After the consult, if it mutually feels like a good fit, you'll be emailed contract documents and a medical record request form to sign.
After signing the contract for care, the $500 deposit is due. Within the next two weeks you'll have a 1 hr intake tele-visit and a 1 hr in-person prenatal visit to start care.
Prenatal care then continues on the routine schedule, with 1hr appointment spots on Thursdays (and option for some televisits on other days).
Partners and kids are welcome to attend visits and birth.
Great, so now you have a midwife, and now I have an awesome new client.
Prenatal care is routine schedule & done at my home office.
Labs & ultrasounds are referred out.
Payment is completed & homevisit to your home is done by 37weeks.
You rock birth.
We keep texting each other because we miss each other.
That's kinda how it goes.
Watch these videos
Help a midwife out and don't ask these questions when you call... because if you didn't read the pages, at least it's here on video!
Come see my office... (ugh why does it show such a scary pic of my face)
Here's what comes with me to births...
Let's talk about risk factors for homebirth... and hot topics like gestational diabetes....
And the reasons women and babies transfer to hospital and how that goes down...
Talking finances... but part 1 got deleted when my phone died... until I make a new one... please make sure you look at the finance page on here because I added a link to an instagram video explaining insurance.
Thanks for joining me.
Click the inquiry form to be in contact!
Inquiry Contact Form
It asks you a few questions so I know the basics of who I am talking to...
Phone contact: 404-491-9220 (Only for quick questions please)
Other needs? Email email@example.com
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