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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.
Gentle Beginnings provides childbirth education, birth and postpartum doula services and breastfeeding support to wome and their families in Rhode Island and nearby Massachusetts.
We are a group of professionals who have spent decades working in birth, postpartum, and child development. We come from hospitals, schools, and private practice to create one special ... moreplace that has been helping families since 2006.
I offer support to families before, during, and after birth to help them feel successful in welcoming their children into the world.
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
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

Labor Doula Care
Antepartum Doula Care
Postpartum Doula Care
Lactation Support
Prenatal & Postpartum Education
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.
Rhode Island New Moms Connection offers pregnancy and new mom support groups to women in RI and neighboring community...and now virtually as well! These groups allow women an opportunity ... moreto connect in a space of non-judgment where all parenting styles are welcomed while gathering information and resources and growing a community of support and friendship. Co-Founders Kristen Kardos, M.Ed., CLC, Postpartum Doula and Kathy McGuigan, LICSW have worked with more than hundreds of women and are experienced mamas themselves.
I provide home visits to support you and your individual needs. I offer postpartum care during the day, as well as overnight care for newborns. Educate the family about newborn care, ... moreas well as postpartum care for the mother. Assisting family with daily needs. From meal preparation, to shopping, to light housekeeping and organizing the home. Partner and sibling adjustment, breastfeeding and bottle feeding support. Passionate about helping families through support and education.

Growing, nurturing and starting a family can be challenging. Wherever you are on your parenting journey, the choices you make today help shape what your tomorrow looks like. I'm here to support you on your unique path through conversations, open heartiness and collaboration. My role is to walk alongside you!
Our Journ3i is a perinatal community-based wellness organization primarily focused on eliminating disparities of health and identifying social health determinants within infant and ... morematernal health by providing empowering education and services. We seek to provide maternal health equity among communities of color, especially Black/African American families in Rhode Island. Our services include lactation support, education and counseling, birth and postpartum doulas services, childbirth education and parenting preparation.
Support. Compassion. Experience.  We're the region's most qualified provider of classes, overnight care and in-home consultations for breastfeeding and sleep training. ... more

That's because every member of our team working with expecting women, new moms and newborns is a Registered Nurse or Nurse Practitioner, and many have additional certifications.

At Boston NAPS, our mission is to be the first call our clients make when they are expecting or face newborn challenges. We want our brand to be synonymous with trust and to help our clients be the best parents they can be.

We have higher standards than any other private company educating and supporting expecting and new moms. We take seriously our goal to prepare women for pregnancy, birth and motherhood with trusted expertise and compassion. Our starting point is hand-picking highly-qualified medical professionals for our team.
We are a growing collaborative of individual providers with different specialties who together provide a continuum of support across the perinatal spectrum (prenatal, including infertility ... moresupport, to postnatal and beyond).

Our providers consist of midwives, doulas, mental health counselors, perinatal music therapists, and wellness specialists.

Our mission is to provide global support services for mothers, their partners, and families, with a strong focus on the physical/mental health of women related to their perinatal experience.

We are committed to bringing awareness to the physical/mental/ emotional health needs of these women and making our support services more accessible to those in the South Shore community.

​Although comprised of individual providers, we work together as a collaborative to create a central resource where mothers and families can find the type of support and care they need at any given moment in their perinatal journey.
I'm a postpartum doula, yoga instructor, and most importantly, the mother of a six-year old boy and four-year old girl (born 20 months apart). I previously served as a licensed social ... moreworker supporting special needs children and families. 

I've always been called to serve the emotional and physical well-being of others, with a special focus on the mind-body connection. After the birth of my first child, a wise older mamma described postpartum to me as a period when “mothers need to be mothered." My own postpartum experiences informed my interest and curiosity about the fourth trimester in our culture. I had so many questions about how to navigate this tender period and was curious why so many new mothers experience anxiety, depression and a general sense of longing to connect and create community with other women. 

Motherhood is a rite of passage and a transition that often goes unrecognized in our culture. We dutifully prepare for the birth of a baby, ensuring we have all the essentials that the newborn child might need. But what if we paused for a moment to ask what the newborn mother might need to heal, restore vitality, and feel whole and supported in her new role as mother and caretaker? I’ve spent the past couple years researching and training with women who recognize the gaps in care for new mothers during the early postpartum period referred to as the Fourth Trimester. 

My goal is to provide non-judgmental and supportive mother-centered postpartum care that allows for optimal family wellness. Through practical, physical and emotional support during this period, a family can find their footing as they cross the threshold to parenthood.

Credentials & Trainings:

Postpartum Doula Training, Carriage House Birth, Brooklyn, NY
INNATE Postpartum Care & Wellness Training, Innate Traditions, Taos, NM
Certified Lactation Counselor Training, Healthy Children's Project, Center for Breastfeeding
Well Nested RI supports, educates and assists all moms and families with their own unique nesting needs. We believe that the best thing for any baby is a happy mother who is balanced, ... morestress-free and able to fully enjoy the experience of building a family to the fullest. Bringing home a new baby is a huge transition for all. We are committed to offering custom and high-end in-home services that focus on your pregnancy and postpartum needs. Easing anxiety, calming chaos, educating, empowering and becoming apart of your postpartum tribe is what we are here for. Some of our services include breastfeeding support, overnight newborn care, emotional and physical support, baby preparation and planning, light cleaning, sibling support, baby registry guidance and so much more!
Genuine, caring, and professional. We offer certified professional birth doula services and childbirth education for all expectant families, antenatal doula services for high-risk ... morepregnancies, and postpartum doula support to help your family adjust to life with a newborn. Each of our services is tailored to you and your family’s unique needs by providing customized informational (I’m a total geek), physical, and emotional support every step of the way.
Baby Bloom provides the newborn care and postpartum support you need to Bloom into Parenthood. We provide virtual newborn care classes, overnight care, postpartum doula care, 24-hour ... moresupport and infant sleep training. Our Newborn Care Specialists are trained and skilled in newborn care and provide one-on-one support tailored to fit the unique needs of your family. Our job is to ease the stress and bring on the joy and excitement that will follow you and your baby.

As soon as you arrive home, your schedule will coincide with your baby's, and your newborn needs to be fed every 1-3 hours. If you’re expecting your first child you may be asking yourself,

“When do I sleep!?”.

Give yourself the gift of sleep so you can be the best mom you can be in the morning. Your Newborn Care Specialist will arrive at your home between 8-10 pm and stay overnight, working 8-12 hour shifts. During her shift, she will tend to all of your baby's needs while you get the rest that you need to recover. And no need to worry about laundry or washing bottles, mama. We’ve got this!

Experienced in:
Lactation support
Premature babies
Tandem nursing
Sleep conditioning
CAPPA trained, Jane consults with pediatric offices and hospitals and works with private clients to help new moms harness their unique intuition with evidence-based support and techniques. ... moreJane has spoken regarding postpartum disorders such as PPD and PPA for staff at various venues including residents, doctors and other staff at Mass General Hospital in Boston, MA., the Providence Mom’s Blog BLOOM festival alongside postpartum professionals from Women and Infants Hospital, and various pediatric practices and mothers’ groups. 
Jane not only brings education and certified techniques to those she works with but first hand experience having gone through postpartum depression and anxiety after the birth of her first child. It is her mission to educate new moms on self-care and the critical link there is between being a happy and healthy mom and having a happy and healthy baby. Her goal is making the transition to motherhood as stress-free as possible for mother and family while remaining unobtrusive.
Tender Mother Care Concierge offers postpartum in-home care to mothers who need the rest, privacy and care to return to normalcy after birth whether it be a routine birth or that of a more serious nature ie. traumatic birth/c-section. She is calm and steadfast in her approach offering medically-based care working alongside guidelines of client’s Individual provider. Jane also has a team of trusted people in the postpartum world from therapists and psychiatrists to IBCLC, nutritionists, ENT (for lip and tongue ties), GI for comic and reflux issues in infants and more so that moms can get to the right professionals during the stressful postpartum time.
She is a calm in a families’ earliest days as parents and nurtures through her gourmet cooking and tailored ‘Menu for Mamas’ as well as having the keen ability to tune in to the unspoken and very specific needs of each individual family.
Special interests: IVF, Postpartum Mood Disorders, Multiples and Premature Infants, Single moms
Cape Cod Baby is a full spectrum doula service providing support during any stage of pregnancy & postpartum. Services offered ... more

labor doula

postpartum doula (including overnights)

bereavement doula

placenta encapsulation 

lactation support

infant sleep education 

grief & loss support

adoption support

Bengkung belly binding 

Hawthorn Grief Care provides accompaniment, connection and support for parents during and after miscarriage, stillbirth and infant loss. ... more

All of our work is peer based. We offer bereavement doula services, support groups, grief counseling, Somatic Experiencing, community gatherings, ritual and ceremony as well as provider education and support.