Frequently Asked Questions
When will you be open?
We hope to have the birth center facility open in early 2020 while offering prenatal care at a separate location while the facility is being readied for births. If you are pregnant with a 2020 due date, please contact us to discuss options for beginning prenatal care.
Where is your facility located? Is it in a hospital?
We are currently in the process of finalizing details on a location and look forward to making that announcement when we aren’t afraid to jinx it! Babymoon Inn of Tucson will be a freestanding birth center located a short driving distance from a hospital.
Who is the midwife at Babymoon Inn of Tucson?
Who can give birth at Babymoon Inn of Tucson?
You must be healthy and low-risk to give birth at Babymoon Inn. We do not attend VBAC, multiples, or breech birth at the birth center. If you have questions about your eligibility for out-of-hospital birth, please call us to schedule a consult with a midwife to discuss your health history.
Will you be accredited?
I want to have my baby at Babymoon Inn of Tucson. What do I do next?
Please give us a call at 602-314-7755 or email us through the contact form below. Someone from our team will be in touch with you soon. It is possible to begin prenatal care while we are still preparing the facility.
I'm interested in working at Babymoon Inn. Are you hiring?
We are currently looking for childbirth educators, doulas, and community group coordinators. If interested, please send a resume and letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Building birth centers, growing communities.
Building a birth center is the modern-day equivalent of a barn-raising. It takes the support of an entire community. If you’d like to be a part of bringing a freestanding birth center to Tucson, please click the link below.