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Worth the Price?

Hospital v. Birth Center/Home Birth

There are two big problems with the costs of maternity care today for healthy low-risk women:
  • Every woman and pregnancy is treated like a high-risk pregnancy
  • It's expensive
  • There are too many interventions
  • Women aren't educated about their choices. The risks and benefits are unknown when making potentially life-changing decisions
Hospital  v. Out-of-Hospital
  • Consider your deductible (usually $3,000-$10,000), the costs and the type of plan you have, 80/20 or 70/30.​ Remember, you will pay 20-30% of the bill AFTER your deductible.​ 



Peaceful Birth Investment $6200

Complete personal Maternity & Postpartum Care for Mother & Baby includes these services: 


  • Exceptional holistic, evidence-based & personal care 
  • 24/7 phone access to your midwives in an emergency

  • Prenatal and postpartum care through 6 weeks postpartum
  • Your choice of visit schedules- Standard or Task-based
  • Routine lab work (billed to insurance or included if cash pay)
  • 20-week Anatomy Ultrasound
  • Delivery
  • Birth kit
  • Herbal medicines/pharma medications during labor and delivery if necessary/desired, including Group B Strep (GBS)
  • Post-birth newborn exam
  • Breastfeeding assistance
  • Newborn Hearing Screening
  • Newborn Critical Congenital Heart Disease (CCHD)
  • Newborn screening for baby (aka ."blood spot" or "PKU")
  • Postpartum & newborn visits
  • Filing of birth certificate and social security number


Offered for an additional cost:

  • Sneak Peak Early Gender Test (find out baby's gender as early as 6 weeks)
  • RhoGAM 
  • Additional ultrasounds
  • Non-routine labwork 
  • IV fluids during pregnancy on appointment days
  • Insurance billing 

 ​**Late-to-care pricing at 30 weeks $500 off your bill upon receiving records of prior prenatal care.**


If you're comparing our prices with others, make sure you know which services are included and which services cost extra.  You don't deserve to be nickeled and dimed.  


Please take advantage of our FREE Consultation and interview to see if we are the right fit for each other!​

Call 866-641-3549​


Long-Term Payment Plans Available Through MACU​



Average Home Birth Cost: $5000-$9000​Usual Costs for Having a Baby in Utah in 2011-2013 Current Hospital Costs between $20,000-$30,000​Below are the usual (median) costs for having a baby in Utah in 2013- 10 years ago! The costs cover routine, uncomplicated care for a mother and baby. Some health conditions and complications could make care more expensive.* To see costs for your area, visit the Hospitals search page and choose a hospital or location.​

  • Vaginal Birth (with epidural): $11,626

  • Vaginal Birth (without epidural): $10,611

  • Cesarean Birth (with epidural): $15,193

  • ​*Note: These costs should be used as an estimate only. They reflect typical amounts paid by commercial insurance plans to contracted providers between 2011-2013. Current costs may be higher. The costs are based on patient zip codes, not the zip codes where care was received.Check your plan's website or call the phone number on your member card to find out how much you would pay out-of-pocket.


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