Consult our midwives with all your questions concerning pregnancy
and for preventive medical examinations. This service is also
available for women who want to give birth in hospital.
Anke with a mother in the consultation hour
Our midwives are trained to undertake regular CTG (cardiotocograph)
controls as well as Moxen with BEL (gentle turn).
Please contact us by telephone to make an appointment for
For smaller examinations or if you just want to see your unborn
child we offer “baby television” (ultrasound scans).
However, we make no diagnostic or doppler investigations.
Ultrasonic picture in the 14th Week
can produce a
video photo CD for your computer at home.
The prenatal care covers all examinations according to the
mandatory guidelines of the German "Mutterpass"
We check blood pressure, weight, size of the uterus, position
of the child, heart tones and carry out all laboratory tests.
These tests are equivalent to the gynaecologist’s examinations.
For the recommended ultrasound screenings we can write you
a transferral letter for an appointment with a specialised
Gudrun at prenatal care
The costs of the preventive medical examinations undertaken
by our midwives are covered by health insurance companies,
so no additional payments have to be made. The practice fee
raised by physicians does not apply in the Birthing Centre.
Birth in our
Birthing Centre births connect the private atmosphere of home
with the security of the professional infrastructure of a
Birthing Centre. You can try out different birth-positions
or birth-rooms, at any time you can spontaneously decide to
have a water birth.
The red birth room is one of three birth rooms.
who want to give birth in hospital, or who for medical reasons
can give birth only in hospital, have the chance to be accompanied
by one of our Birthing Centre midwives during labour in hospital.
In our consultation hours you have the chance to meet every
member of our midwifery team. This way you can address all
your questions to professional staff and establish close and
trusting relations to all Birthing Centre midwives.
Beate had a heavy birth in hospital
means that you already know the midwife who accompanies you
during birth in hospital. The Birthing Centre midwife will
stay with you throughout labour. This way you won’t
have to worry about changing shifts and new faces during the
birth in hospital.
The midwife, who
accompanies you to the birth, cares for you regardless of
whether you have an ambulatory or in-patient delivery. She
continues to care for you during puerperal and carries out
At any time, our midwives are equipped for a home birth at
your house. Your midwife will advise you during prenatal care
whether the pregnancy progress makes a home birth advisable.
A midwifery bag of 1903.
Warm water makes it easier for you to bear labour und helps
to relax. It promotes the blood circulation and helps to loosen
the birth cannal for your child.
Water or bed - you can switch at any time.
Usually the midwife who was the leading midwife during birth
carries out your post-partum care. She cares for the mother
in childbed, looks after the baby, and advises on all questions
concerning the baby’s care and nutrition. The midwife
remains available for all your questions up to the end of
the breast-feeding time.
Satisfying brest-feeding requires patience