If you are healthy and have no chronic medical problems such as heart disease or diabetes or potential obstetrical problems as may occur with twins or breech presentation, you will probably be eligible for a birth center delivery. You will be carefully screened on your first visit and evaluated throughout your pregnancy to promote a safe and satisfying birth experience. Remember, care is on a continuum. Our goal is to meet your personal needs as well as insure your safety.
You can contact us anytime at our address listed below or by calling us at 908-627-4455. We invite you to schedule a tour with us where you can learn more about the center.
We have payment plans.
Please call The Birth Center of New Jersey to find out the facility fee. This fee does not cover prenatal care, lab analysis for the mother or baby, diagnostic testing, and certain medications.
A payment plan is also available that must be paid in full by the 36th week of pregnancy.
The Birth Center of New Jersey is not responsible for any hospital or ambulance charges in the event of a transfer of care to the hospital before, during or after labor. Fees to specialists are the responsibility of the client and not The Birth Center of New Jersey.
We welcome international patients.
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