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The Noreen Stonor Drexel Birthing Center at Newport Hospital is a unique place, dedicated to one of the most joyous human experiences: the birth of a child.... more

We provide gentle, respectful, family-centered care, in tune with your individual needs and preferences. Our newly renovated facility offers attractive private suites—many with water views—and a peaceful, home-like environment, supported by state-of-the-art technology and medical expertise.

Our team includes board certified obstetricians, pediatricians, a certified nurse midwife, certified lactation consultants and a highly rated nursing staff with national certification in obstetrical nursing.

The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) is the leading national obstetrical organization that recommends standards for the operations of obstetrical units at hospitals throughout the United States. Hospital accrediting bodies such as The Joint Commission (TJC) look to ACOG for guidance in establishing the TJC Hospital Accreditation Standards.

Obstetricians, anesthesiologists and certified nurse mid-wives at community hospitals throughout the United States, including Newport Hospital, may not be physically present in the hospital at all times. ACOG guidelines require that obstetricians and certified nurse midwives at community hospitals must be within 30 minutes of the hospital if not physically present. Newport Hospital is in full compliance with ACOG and TJC standards.

We're Baby-Friendly®!
The Noreen Stonor Drexel Birthing Center at Newport Hospital carries the prestigious Baby-Friendly® designation from the World Health Organization and UNICEF. Newport Hospital is recognized for providing an optimal environment for the promotion, protection, and support of breastfeeding. Hospitals are awarded this status only when trained, independent evaluators have determined that all hospital practices meet the rigorous Baby-Friendly® standards.
I come alongside expectant and new parents to offer support and eliminate confusion about their options in birth and newborn care. By providing holistic, comprehensive education and ... morehands-on support I help parents feel supported in their choices and well informed for birth and parenting their way.
Open Circle is a holistic wellness center for you during your pregnancy, birth and child’s early years (0-4). Every parent deserves support and community during these major life ... moretransitions. At Open Circle we trust that you want what is best for your family. We believe that access to education, different types of care and advocacy will help you make the best choices to support your unique family.

We offer birth and parenting education, pregnancy and parent + baby yoga and dance, lactation support, massage therapy, acupuncture, doula services, photography and advocacy for expecting and new families.

We welcome families from all backgrounds, cultures, traditions and sexual + gender orientations. Our wellness services and class costs are based on your family’s income. This allows you to participate even when insurance won’t cover the fees. We respect each family’s background and financial situation, and know that every family enriches the Open Circle community in a different way. Learn more about our mission, our focus on community building and inclusion on our website. We look forward to supporting your family!
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Gentle Beginnings provides childbirth education, birth and postpartum doula services and breastfeeding support to wome and their families in Rhode Island and nearby Massachusetts.
I offer support to families before, during, and after birth to help them feel successful in welcoming their children into the world.
Healthy Babies, Happy Moms specializes in breastfeeding support. We are passionate about the health of babies and the mental health of their mothers. We are committed to helping mothers ... moreachieve success in their breastfeeding goals, whatever they may be. We offer individual consults, group classes, a free support group, as well as products for new moms and babies. 

Founder and CEO, Kathleen Moren, RN BSN IBCLC, has enjoyed a 30-year career that has included work in the Neonatal ICU, home healthcare, and the corporate setting. She founded Healthy Babies, Happy Moms Inc. in 1999 to help mothers achieve success in their breastfeeding goals by providing them with the information and support they need to confidently breastfeed and care for their children.
Kathy is passionate about making sure access to breastfeeding support is available to all who need it. She has worked as a member of the Physicians Committee for Breastfeeding in Rhode Island (PCBRI) and the Rhode Island Breastfeeding Coalition (RIBC) to help ensure that access for all mothers in Rhode Island.

Classes and consults offered by Kathy and her excellent team of nurses and lactation consultants include breastfeeding, infant sleep, newborn care, and more!
Wise Owls team was created to provide families with intuitive support. Our team members pay attention to each family's specific needs attained from initial consult!... more

We believe in dotting our I’s and crossing our T’s therefore, our team members are screened through a meticulous process with a thorough background check. This reflects the value we place on the families we support.

Expect Wise Owls to listen to you attentively, never being judgmental; yet encouraging and compassionate.

The energy our team members bring is vital to you!

Postpartum & Birth Doulas
Lactation Consultant
Newborn Care Specialist
I have been a doula since 2013. I am a trained professional birth doula, and a Hypnobabies® Childbirth Hypnosis Doula with additional workshop experience using Spinning Babies. I work ... moreto support the partner and mom in preparing for birth by educating families on the most up to date, study supported,evidence based birth options available to them. Together we navigate the choices in birth and postpartum planning based on your personal desires. It is not my birth or baby, so I will support any goals. 

From my own birth experience and many others I've attended, I've discovered that partners also need special care and support during their birth experience as well. Birth can be very emotional and physically exhausting for both partners. I help facilitate partner self-care and help partners better support mama. My job in no way replaces a partner, unless that is specifically needed, but enhances the couple's ability to bond in labor, which facilitates labor hormones. As a team we will create a safe environment for mom to labor, while the partner engages with Primary Care Providers.

We also provide new mommy & prenatal groups, lactation consulting and childbirth education.
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Whether you’re becoming a parent for the first time or growing your family, Hip to Heart makes it easy for you to focus on creating memories with your new baby.... more

WHAT WE DO
Labor Doula Care
Antepartum Doula Care
Postpartum Doula Care
Lactation Support
Prenatal & Postpartum Education
Doula + Post Birth Ayurvedic Doula Care  Doula is a Greek word meaning “woman’s helper”. The role of a doula is to provide complete support to the mother prior to the birth and during ... morethe entire labor and delivery. The doula makes sure all of the mother’s questions are answered, her birth plan is known by her medical team , and to keep her mind and body at ease as she prepares for labor. The new mother also has 24-hour support for the first three days after birth as well as an hour long follow-up once the baby is a week old.

The doula is also there to support the partner and family of the laboring mother. It is vital that the partner also have a chance to rest or take a break during the labor. This way, once the babe is born, both partners will feel refreshed and ready to take on parenthood.

Post Birth Care 

The common expression, ‘It takes a village’ proves to be most accurate for parents who have just welcomed in the birth of a new babe. Whether you are having your first child or third, the first few weeks after a baby is born is often when parents most benefit from the help of their ‘village.’ A newborn thrives on unconditional love and endless affection. To best meet the infant’s needs, it is essential the parents maintain their sense of wellbeing through daily selfcare practices.

By the family having a solid support team to turn to, day-to-day life can run more smoothly while overall daily happiness and the ability to stay present is greatly increased. For new parents, a freshly prepared nutritious meal and a few moments rest will leave parents feeling refreshed and ready to take on the gratifying moments and arising challenges of raising a newborn.

The following services are offered in the convenience of your home to ensure that the experience is only helpful and restorative, never stressful. By eliminating the need to load all of the baby’s necessities into the car and trying to work around an infant’s sleeping schedule, I am able to assist your family in receiving moments of peace and restorative relaxation so you are able to appreciate the blessing of these fleeting, precious moments.

Family Home Care services include but are not limited to:

Seasonal nutritious meals cooked in your home or delivered to you
Personalized yoga practice designed around the needs of the new parents
Ayurvedic therapeutic bodywork with organic oils and warm sea stones
Client wellness consultations to bring the body and mind back into balance
Instruction on the methods and benefits of baby bodywork
Family yoga practice
Guided meditation and Pranayama (breath work) to simultaneously energize and ground you
New parent free time- choose to rest or do as you please while I tend to the needs of the baby
Keesler is a DONA trained Birth Doula. She’s also an SMC Full Circle trained Provisional Doula. Keesler has been exposed to many aspects of health care through her own experiences ... morewith the birth of her 2 boys, a miscarriage in 2002, an abortion in 2008 , assisting women in a number of births, and as a direct care provider at a mental health & rehabilitation hospital.

She’s been in the healthcare community as a Certified Nursing Assistant since 2001 and recently decided to shift her focus to her longtime calling, the doula profession. Keesler is an advocate for her special needs children and long-term Cerebral Palsy client, and is passionate about supporting doula families in learning how to advocate for themselves and their children. Keesler is committed to providing emotional and physical support to those who might not otherwise have any, or have less easy access to care. She understands that the idea of parenthood can be overwhelming and scary, and hopes to support every family in feeling more empowered and prepared for the birth of their child and helping smooth the transition into family life with your new little one at home. Keesler is particularly interested in supporting families that might not have pre-existing supports, including single moms, families with out of state relatives, LGBTQ families, and younger parents.