names of all the hospitals that they actually deliver in. Make sure that they tell you about the ones that don’t accept your current insurance as well.
You’ll want to know ahead of time to set up maternity tours so that you can truly get a feel for where you’ll be potentially delivering. If you like a place that doesn’t accept your insurance, look into changing it to one that the hospital and your doctor still accepts.
3. Find out who is their interim doctor. An interim doctor is pretty much your doctor that is on-call if your prenatal doctor, for whatever reason, can’t make it to actually deliver your baby on your due date.
This will either be a partner doctor in their practice or a rotating doctor in the hospital facility in which you give birth. It’s important to find out who they are and do your research on them as well.
4. Make sure your goals are aligned. Goals vary from mother to mother, as do goals from doctor to doctor. If your goal is to have a vaginal birth without a