Midwifery care is centered around the belief that childbirth is a normal and natural event and that low-risk births do not need to take place in the hospital. Midwives trust the process of pregnancy and birth as well as the bodies of our clients to be able to birth their babies. Midwifery care is also centered around the beliefs that people should be able to choose where, how, and with whom they give birth and that they should have access to competent providers in every setting.

Midwifery Care

  • Prenatal

    Caring for you and your baby for the duration of the pregnancy.

  • Labor & Birth

    Monitoring you and your baby throughout labor and birth.

  • Postpartum

    Ensuring continued well-being of you and your baby after birth.

Meet the Midwife

Kayla Sampson is a Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) new to Tennessee.

Kayla received a Bachelor of Science in 2013 from the University of New England in Medical Biology. She began attending Birthwise Midwifery School in Bridgton, Maine in 2016. She completed two years of classes there followed by clinical training in two different preceptorships. Her first with WomanWise Midwifery; a small homebirth practice in Maryland. Her second with Birth Cottage of Milford; a busier birth practice in Milford, New Hampshire. During her training she attended over fifty births. She graduated with her CPM certificate in October 2019 and passed the national exam in January 2020. She became a licensed midwife in the state of Tennessee in April of 2020.


Consultations, complete prenatal, birth & postpartum care, in-office limited ultrasounds, waterbirth, VBAC, montrice, breastfeeding support, placenta encapsulation and SneakPeek Clinical.

Financing Options

There are a couple of financing options when it comes to medical care that lets you pay for your homebirth upfront with an option to pay it off at a later date. These are United Medical Credit and Care Credit.