This sixteen-hour, two-day workshop introduces students to the basic body of knowledge and skills of the professional birth doula.
The eleven-hour, one-day intensive in postpartum care qualifies participating doulas to offer postpartum care to mothers and babies, including emotional support and newborn care.
During the event, visitors will meet with Birthwise staff, faculty, and current students. Prospective students will learn more about midwifery as a profession, tour the Birthwise campus, and have the opportunity to experience life as a student by participating in a class.
Community Clinic at Birthwise
The Birthwise Community Clinic is located in The Birth House, a free-standing birth center in Bridgton, Maine. The center is attached to Birthwise Midwifery School, an accredited institution where the clinic staff is enrolled. The home-like center includes clinic rooms, a waiting/classroom area, kitchenette, and birthing suite.
Students at the Birthwise Community Clinic offer free Well Body exams while being supervised by a Certified Professional Midwife.
The following services are available:
Annual Well Body Exam
Family Planning Counseling
Fertility Awareness Education
Routine screening for STIs and GYN infections
Each service is provided at no cost to you except for lab fees. These are typically billed directly from the lab service and can be billed to MaineCare, NH Medicaid and most private health insurance plans. Call for an appointment.
Goddard College Partnership
Birthwise Midwifery School and Goddard College are pleased to announce a mutually beneficial learning partnership. The partnership offers Birthwise students an affordable, flexible, and fast pathway to a bachelor’s degree. Program options include the B.A. in Individualized Studies and the B.A. in Health Arts and Sciences
- Study at home in a community that will shape your learning.
- Connect with students, faculty and staff during an 8-day on-campus residency each semester.
- Design your degree with individualized guidance from faculty advisors.