Patients of Nurse Midwives ONLY will now been seen at 207 Sparks Avenue, Suite 301 in Jeffersonville.


In 2023, WomanCare delivered a total of 1,068 babies, 513 of which that were delivered by our midwives. Out of those 1,068 births, 872 were delivered at Clark Memorial Hospital and the other 196 were delivered at the Tree of Life Family Birth Center.

C-Section Rates

Sometimes Cesarean section is necessary to avoid complications during labor and delivery. But natural birth is recommended whenever possible for the health of both mother and baby. WomanCare’s total 2023 C-section rate was 24% of all births by WomanCare physicians and a 12% rate of Primary C-sections, with our Certified Nurse Midwives rate at 9%.

WomanCare Total C-Section Rate
WomanCare Primary C-Section Rate
WomanCare Midwives Total C-Section Rate

Induction Rates

Induction should only be performed for medical reasons or emergencies concerning mom and/or baby, and not for convenience. At WomanCare, labor induction is used to stimulate contractions before labor begins on its own and is performed when health risks are present for mom and/or baby. In 2023, WomanCare’s induction rate was 27% and our midwives’ rate was 20%.

WomanCare Induction Rate
WomanCare Midwives Induction Rate

Epidural Rate

At WomanCare, we’re making an effort to reduce the number of mothers who receive an epidural, as this pain relief method can increase the risk of several complications for mom and baby. WomanCare’s epidural rate in 2023 was 43% and 31% for our midwives.


WomanCare Epidural Rate


WomanCare Midwives Epidural Rate

VBAC Success Rate

Natural, vaginal birth is still possible for moms who have previously had a c-section. Research shows that about 60% to 80% percent of women who attempt a trial of labor after cesarean have a successful vaginal delivery. In 2022, WomanCare’s VBAC (vaginal birth after C-section) success rate was 54% overall — and 100% for our midwives!


WomanCare VBAC Success Rate


WomanCare Midwives VBAC Success Rate