Our Patient Commitment
At Neighborhood Family Practice (NFP), our commitment is to ensure that every patient and our community neighbors have access to high-quality health care and the ability to make informed decisions about their health care.
We are deeply concerned about the outcomes that restrictive abortion access will have in the communities we serve, where many individuals are navigating through poverty, systemic and structural racism, and various social determinants of health. Through all of this, NFP remains a safe and caring medical home for all.
NFP will continue to provide the following services:
We will continue to ensure access to full-spectrum, comprehensive, and medically appropriate primary care services for all patients who come through our doors, regardless of their ability to pay.
Throughout time, midwives have been the traditional care providers for mothers and infants, but today at NFP, our midwives offer a full range of primary care services for individuals of all ages and stages of life from adolescence through menopause.
Midwifery Services Video
Neighborhood Family Practice Midwives
Our philosophy of care centers around shared decision making. You know your body and your life best. We are here to help guide you to achieving your best health and best outcomes. We want to be your partner and provide resources and connections to help you achieve your health goals.
All NFP certified nurse midwives are university-trained experts in providing care for individuals, including normal pregnancy and birth. They are certified by the American Midwifery Certification Board and the American College of Nurse Midwives, have completed further education in midwifery and other areas of healthcare, and are licensed in the state of Ohio. NFP nurse midwives work in partnership with obstetrician-gynecologists or family practice physicians to ensure your care is coordinated and of the highest level.
Benefits of having an NFP nurse midwife as your health care provider include:
Complete care before, during and after pregnancy.
Preconception, pregnancy and childbirth related care provided by NFP nurse midwives includes:
Comprehensive health services.
In addition to providing pregnancy-related care, NFP nurse midwives work with individuals of all ages to improve their overall health by providing:
Neighborhood Family Practice (NFP) offers a full range of lactation/breastfeeding support services for individuals and families both during and after pregnancy.
Our lactation team is here to provide education and support related to:
Breastfeeding/Lactation Support Information
“*Please note, supply of baby formula may fluctuate.
NFP Milk Bank (Donation ONLY)
The OhioHealth Mothers’ Milk Bank, under the guidelines of the Human Milk Banking Association of North America (HMBANA), provides pasteurized human milk to those infants whose mothers are unable to provide milk to nourish their babies.
“It was awesome. We learned answers for questions that we never even thought of. It’s really nice to be around young couples going through the same things. Thank you for this class it calmed a lot of our fears and brought us closer as a couple.”
“I never would have tried breastfeeding if it hadn’t been for Centering.”