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Finding the best Boston birthing centers can be challenging. When your’e in the whirlwind of pregnancy and trying to plan your prenatal care and birthing plan it can be stressful. A birth center differs from a hospital as it is very family focused and they have lots of natural options to help with the pain and discomfort of labor. I complied a list of the top rated Boston birthing centers. Birth centers will give you continuing support; holistic pain management. They provide information on infant care, breastfeeding, parenting, and family planning.
They have two Boston locations. The first is North Shore Birth Center located at Beverly Hospital; 85 Herrick Street Beverly, MA 01915. Their contact number is 978 927-7880 and their website is www.beverlyhospital.org This is a free standing Birth Center on the Campus of Beverly Hospital and they offer water births. The second location is Cambridge Birth located at Center Cambridge Hospital 1493 Cambridge St. Cambridge, MA 02139. Their phone number is 617-665-2229 and website is www.cha.harvard.edu . Massachusetts Birth Connections offer a variety of amenities including acupuncture, birth doulas, childbirth education, parenting resources, chiropractic care, CPR and first aid, home birth midwives, hospital midwives, lactation support and so much more.
Next we have Mount Auburn Hospital Birthing Center
At the Mount Auburn Birthing Center, they offer many more holistic birthing options such as hydrotherapy and water births. You’ll also have certified nurse midwives who will help assist with your labor and birth. They offer many options to help ease your labor pain such as aromatherapy, acupressure, breathing techniques, hypno birthing, massage, and your typically pain management medicines.
Lastly, theres The North Shore Birth Center
The North Shore birthing center is a home-like environment on the Beverly Hospital campus. The space is quiet, peaceful, and family-friendly, with full access to a kitchen, living room, outdoor garden, and deck. Midwives will support the physiologic progression of labor and non-pharmacologic methods are used for pain management. Large birthing tubs are available for use during labor and for water births. After delivery at NSBC, you may choose to be discharged home in 4-12 hours or transferred to Beverly Hospital for a postpartum stay of 24-48 hours.
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