As a state licensed and nationally credentialed Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM) in Georgia and a Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) in South Carolina, GeorgAnna Wiley of Savannah Midwifery is qualified to provide care for healthy, low-risk women and their babies during pregnancy, birth, after the birth, and to help with your health needs from birth control to menopause, and everything in between. And yes, home birth is legal in Georgia and South Carolina! Currently approximately a 1 hour radius of Savannah is eligible (Brunswick, Statesboro, Hinesville, Beaufort, Metter, and beyond).
Offered by Savannah Midwifery to women in Georgia and South Carolina (more detailed info next page):
- Placenta encapsulation specialist (OSHA certified since 1999) using the Raw Method. Placenta medical analysis and interpretation available when anomalies or features of interest are noticed. $150.
- Well Woman Care (annual exams, preconception counseling, birth control needs, Pap Smears, STD screening, menopausal visits, pessary fittings)
- Family Planning (natural methods as well as birth control, including Paragard and Mirena IUD insertions and removals)
- Preconception care and counseling
- Home Birth Services (includes prenatal, homebirth, supplies, postpartum, and newborn care)
- Waterbirths - certified waterbirth provider through Waterbirth International
- Labor / Birth Tub Rentals
- Family Home Birth Workshops - Offered to help prepare you and your family for your home birth. This workshop teaches hands on skills to help your labor support team and siblings prepare to support you. The workshop will have families with due dates similar to yours and is a great opportunity to meet and connect with other likeminded families.
- Herbal remedies (GeorgAnna grows medicinal herbs to make teas, salves, and natural remedies)
- Cloth diapering and babywearing guidance - certified Babywearing Educator through Babywearing International
Transport and Cesarean Section rate of clients at Savannah Midwifery:
GeorgAnna's transport rate (of women in labor from home to the hospital) is 5.26%, or 5 clients in 6 years. Newborn transport rate is 3.94%, or 3 in 5 years (two to the hospital, one to their Pediatrician). One Savannah Midwifery client who transported from home to hospital had a cesarean. This is by far the lowest transport and cesarean rate of any provider (midwife or obstetrician) in the region. What is the cesarean rate (and transport rate, if applicable) of your current provider? Always a good question to ask.
GeorgAnna does not take clients due in late May until early August so she can have time off call with her children and family when school is out for the summer holidays. I'm sure you can understand the value of family time!
GeorgAnna Wiley, MSN, BSN, CNM (Certified Nurse Midwife), APRN, WHNP-BC, CPM
1127 Washington Avenue, Savannah, GA 31404
P (912) 344 – 5066 | F (912) 335 - 4494