Email that was sent to Misti Prochnow regarding home birth

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Email that was sent to Misti Prochnow regarding home birth

Post  LILMaMa on Tue Mar 02, 2010 7:07 am

homebirth at Casey. UB Women's Clinic in Seoul has an OB who will deliver at your home, even up here in Dongducheon. Here is an email they sent me:

I'm sending you this e-mail to inform you all the options you may choose for your "NATURAL" home birth.

Also, Dr. Chung talked to the midwife, Rosa, and she will be able to attend for your birth.

[OPTION A] Fee: \5,000,000
- Dr. Chung and UB Woman's Clinic staff(CNM & RN) will attend for your birth, and you'll be fully covered.
- Dr. Chung will be there when you call for the labor.
- Back-up hospital is ready and available to transfer just in case of an emergency.

[OPTION B] Fee: \3,000,000

- Midwife(Rosa) will take care of you and your birth and Dr. Chung will be there just for the back-up and be ready for the emergency care.
- Back-up hospital is ready and available to transfer just in case of an emergency.

[OPTION C] Fee: \1,500,000
- MIdwife(Rosa) will attend alone for your home birth.

If you need more information or have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.

My Cell. phone number is 010-6248-1124.

I'll be happy to help you!

Here is the website for UB Women's Clinic:
http://ubclinic.com/eng/sub_020200.html

They also offer classes in hypnobirthing, if you're interested.

Here is Rosa's website. She is who we will be using. She has delivered over 10,000 babies over the course of her career!! Mind boggling.
http://www.okbirth.com/xe/english
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Re: Email that was sent to Misti Prochnow regarding home birth

Post  bjeb318 on Sun Mar 07, 2010 2:08 am

receiving info that Tricare will cover homebirth services, for those interested. They will reimburse for office visits, and 80% for delivery

So I would have to pay up front and get reimbursed later

only for the office visits. They will give you an advance bill for the birth itself so you can submit for reimbursement before you actually have your baby.
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