How to Market a Birth Center or Midwifery Business Online in 2018

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May 25, 2018

  Running a successful midwifery business or birth center in 2018 is nearly impossible without a quality online presence. Consumers today are used to interacting with businesses when they want, where they want, on their own terms. That means potential clients are going to reach out online using phones, desktop computers, tablets, social media, business directories, websites, email, and many

Grow Midwives Midwifery-Led Care a 360 exploration

Grow Midwives Follow-Up: Integrating Midwifery-Led Care

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April 26, 2018

  On April 12, 2018 Ginger Breedlove hosted a webinar that explored many of the tools available to midwives that can both help create a new practice or better an existing one. If you would like to consult with Ginger or any of the other Grow Midwives team, reach out on our contact us page. If you would like to

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A 360° Look at Integrating Midwifery-Led Care Into Team-Based Practice Models

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April 10, 2018

  There are numerous resources for learning how to create a distinct, high functioning, and integrated midwifery practice. By being aware of every resource currently available, and matching opportunitIes with your professional goals, you can execute the right strategy to get started. Best business practices do not need to be re-invented, but founded on the experience of others. This experience

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Grow Midwives Follow-up: Transitioning From Hospital Midwife to Birth Center Midwife

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March 20, 2018

  Join Lesley Rathbun and Ginger Breedlove for a thorough discussion on the difficulties, benefits, and drawbacks of transitioning from being a Hospital Midwife to a Birth Center Midwife. Lesley and Ginger have been involved with many midwives before, during and after their move to a birth center – including their own. Making such an important career choice is daunting

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My Journey From Hospital Midwife to Birth Center Midwife

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March 4, 2018

By Lesley Rathbun Birth Centers are growing and so are opportunities for midwives to work outside of the hospital setting. The industry has grown 76% since 2010 to 344 total birth centers in the United States and shows no sign of slowing down. Due to the small numbers of centers, many student midwives do not have the opportunity to experience

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Grow Midwives Follow-Up: Creating Your Dream Job

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February 14, 2018

  Join Ginger Breedlove and Lesley Rathbun for an in-depth look at the business side of midwifery. Together, they share experiences collected first hand during 70+ combined years operating successful midwifery businesses. From starting an independent freestanding birth center, to working in partnership with large hospital organizations, Ginger and Lesley have navigated business relationships in a wide variety of practice

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The Midwife’s Guide to Creating Your Dream Job

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February 7, 2018

  By Ginger Breedlove Ginger Breedlove and Lesley Rathbun held a webinar on Thursday 2/8/2018 at 6 p.m. cst. They discussed how midwives can become concept creators and leaders in various practices, as well as provided examples from their combined 70+ years of midwifery experience. There is a link to the webinar at the bottom of this article.    Finding

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Grow Midwives Follow-Up: What are you Worth?

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January 23, 2018

  Ginger Breedlove is a Midwife with nearly 40 years of experience caring for mothers and children. She has worked in just about every type of Midwife practice possible, even starting a hospital-based midwifery service in Kansas City, Missouri. During her career, Ginger has interviewed and hired for many different Midwife positions. The following discussion focuses on the current state