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Well, my husbands boss just informed him no transfer was happening. Don't ya love major companies?? Get everyone all worked up and thinking their lives are about to change then BOOM...nevermind. Thanks to the ladies who responded..I really appreciate it
I'm not sure, but I believe homebirth is technically illegal in NV (could be wrong). I have a friend who lives in Vegas and was looking into it, but ended up with an OB/hospital. She might have some resources though... I'll ask her next time she's online (her SN here is KBeans)
Kellisa, Mama to:
Courtney, Nola, Kya, and Whitney
Breastfeeding Peer Counselor, training to be an IBCLC!
Hmm...I don't think it's illegal because I found a long list of homebirthing midwives. I'll go check again though.
Is midwifery & homebirth legal in Nevada?
There are not any procedures outlined in the law for registration, certification or licensure of midwives. Therefore, midwives are not licensed or regulated by the State of Nevada. The Clark County Health District has taken on the informal task of keeping track of homebirths and midwives. I encourage women to answer any of the Health District's questions truthfully, as the results will help keep home birth an option in Nevada.
Hey Cheryl! Thanks for checking for me. To be honest we're still sort of pursuing this transfer...SO, any info you have would be appreciated. You can either leave it on here or send me a pm. Thanks again!!