Orientation Sign Up - Brooklyn Birthing Center

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Orientation Sign Up

  • A note about Orientation

    Currently all Orientations are held online. After signing up, you will receive a email confirming Orientation with information about in person Orientations which you can ignore. You will receive an email the day of Orientation with the meeting details. For more information about the changes to Orientations and prenatal care at the Brooklyn Birthing Center at this time, please visit the main page of our website and scroll down to News and Testimonials. We currently are accepting transfers up to 40 weeks of pregnancy. You cannot transfer to our practice if you are pass this gestational age. We currently have not restricted the amount of patients who are transferring into our care for delivery at the facility.
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  • Contact Information

  • We may use this number to contact you about your appointments and health information. If you have any concerns, please speak to someone in our office.
  • We may use this number to contact you about your appointments and health information. If you have any concerns, please speak to someone in our office.
  • You will receive a confirmation notice at this e-mail address after completing this form. If you decide to receive care at BBC, you will receive occasional e-mail notifications.
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  • Pregnancy

    Unfortunately, we do not attend vaginal births after c-sections (VBACs) at Brooklyn Birthing Center. Feel free to contact us if you need a referral.
    If you have had any prior care for this pregnancy, we will need to review your prenatal records before scheduling your first visit with a midwife.
  • Additional Information

  • Appointment Time

  • We usually host at least one orientation each week. Please check back soon for more dates. Patients who transfer their care to the Brooklyn Birthing Center must complete a Childbirth Education Class to deliver here and first time mothers should inquire about a Doula if they do not have one already. Late transfer patients should try to obtain their medical records before they come into orientation. Orientations during the COVID-19 outbreak will be held online via Zoom. You will receive a link to the orientation on the day it is scheduled.


  • Note: If at all possible, please bring anyone else who may be part of your decision-making process. Partners, family members (including children), and labor support team members are welcome.

    If you have any questions, or if you need to reschedule your orientation, please call us at 718-376-6655.