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Webinar Follow-Up: How to Market a Birth Center or Midwifery Business Online

  On May, 29 2018, Peter Soto hosted a webinar for Grow Midwives exploring the basics of marketing a birth center and other midwifery related businesses online. If you would like to consult with Peter or any of the other Grow Midwives team, reach out on our contact us page. If you would like to follow… Continue reading Webinar Follow-Up: How to Market a Birth Center or Midwifery Business Online

Opening a Birth Center: My Journey From Hospital Midwife to Birth Center Midwife

By Lesley Rathbun Birth Centers are growing and so are opportunities for midwives to work outside of the hospital setting. The industry has grown 76% since 2010 to 344 total birth centers in the United States and shows no sign of slowing down. Due to the small numbers of centers, many student midwives do not… Continue reading Opening a Birth Center: My Journey From Hospital Midwife to Birth Center Midwife

Grow Midwives Webinar Follow-Up: Conducting a Meaningful Community Assessment When Opening a Birth Center or Midwifery Service

In case you missed it, here is the video and transcription of the Webinar “Conducting a Meaningful Community Assessment” with Ginger Breedlove and Lesley Rathbun on Wednesday, December 20, 2018. If you haven’t signed up already, make sure to join our newsletter to keep up to date with all future news and webinar announcements from… Continue reading Grow Midwives Webinar Follow-Up: Conducting a Meaningful Community Assessment When Opening a Birth Center or Midwifery Service

How to Open a Birth Center or New Midwife Practice: Identifying Community Needs

  By Lesley Rathbun So, you think you want to open a birth center or start a Midwifery service? Understanding the challenges and opportunities of developing either model by performing a Community Needs Assessment is essential to success. More than a decade ago, I attended the American Association of Birth Centers workshop on how to… Continue reading How to Open a Birth Center or New Midwife Practice: Identifying Community Needs