I loved everything about my homebirth; especially that the midwife and her team were there with us for the entire experience and were so relaxed, wise & calm.

Having the right birth team is important in assuring a comfortable and safe environment to welcome your new baby. Our unique team approach includes the use of a second midwife to assist at each birth, giving you two certified providers. This allows us to provide the safest care possible, with a midwife for you and a midwife for your baby. Midwife Elizabeth includes the assisting midwife's compensation in the total cost of care - so it's at no additional charge to you! We realize this approach is slightly unusual in the state of Oklahoma, but it is the standard of care in many other countries, including the U.K. You will be given the opportunity to meet your assisting midwife at a routine prenatal visit, if you desire.

Each assisting midwife brings a wealth of knowledge and personality to every birth that complements one another and offers incredible versatility.  Please see the list below if you'd like to learn more about the midwives that work alongside Elizabeth at births.  

Assisting MIdwife: Sarah Tilford, CPM

Sarah’s journey into birth work began in China while working with women in crisis pregnancy situations. She wanted to learn more practical ways to serve them so decided to pursue midwifery. With no prior experience, she was surprised at how quickly she fell in love with birth and taking care of mamas and their babies. Read More...


Deanna is currently pursing her Bachelors of Science in Midwifery through Midwives College of Utah with an expected graduation date of December 2018. Deanna has studied and practiced birth work for more than 5 years, and attended 120+ births. Our clients appreciate her warm personality and willingness to share from her life experiences. Her knowledge of herbalism, breastfeeding support, placenta preparation, and doula skills are a special enrichment to our practice.  She has been in clinical placement with us since January 2017 and is also pursuing cross-training with other area midwives. Read more…


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