Hours

Friday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Chamber Rating

4.6 - (39 reviews)
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Read Our 39 Reviews

Chamber Rating

4.6 - (39 reviews)
34
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  • Kalyn McNicol

    Went here for a lactation consultation and to donate milk. The center and the ladies are extremely welcoming! The consultation with two midwives was helpful and my husband and I left feeling relieved and confident. They have your back and work hard to take care of you! 100% recommend.
    Mar 21st, 2023

  • KS L

    Unsupportive, mean spirited, and greedy. For the few women who actually get to birth there maybe it's nice, but it seems like lately babymoon prefers to refer out to banner with Dr. Hervey, even when mom and baby are healthy. Imagine being 40 weeks pregnant with your first baby, being told that they want you to be induced despite twice weekly appointments and ultrasounds showing everything is on track and no real reason for it. They tried to schedule my induction but I wanted to wait a few days as I was feeling some changes. I let them, the hospital, the doula (who by the way never bothered to ask if I was doing okay and got paid for absolutely nothing) know that I wasn't ready to be induced. I got 18 phone calls in one day from babymoon about how disappointed they were (?!) That I didn't go to my "scheduled induction" and that they were dropping me as a client, even after they were prepaid cash. Imagine being in my shoes, all support gone for a choice that should be respected, especially in their field. They shamed me for wanting to give my baby a few extra days to show up. (Which he did shortly after, naturally and healthy) without any help or support from them. I was so stressed and disappointed that they would treat us this way after all of the prenatal visits and classes. Of course I would have done anything to ensure the safety of my baby and them insinuating otherwise is counterintuitive to their own philosophy, but here we are. You may as well go to the hospital anyway and get the typical experience.
    Jan 9th, 2023

  • Krista Patramanis

    I just gave birth in September to my first baby. I transferred to Babymoon at 20 weeks and that was the best decision I could have possibly made for my baby, myself, and my husband. We loved our experience at Babymoon. The midwives are all so intelligent and make you feel special and comfortable in their own individual ways. The administrative staff, doulas, and educators are all incredible as well. Everybody makes you feel like family. Appointments are not rushed and they let you ask as many questions as you need. They are willing to work with you during off-hours and truly just make you feel like their biggest priority. It could have been the hormones, but I literally cried when I graduated from my care at Babymoon because I knew I wouldnt get to see the staff anymore. Until the next baby, that is! 12/10 recommend.
    Jan 1st, 2023

  • Kelly Claborn

    My partner and I used the doula services provided by Babymoon Inn, and they well exceeded our expectations! Our doula was Bonnie, and she was an incredible support throughout the pregnancy, labor & delivery, and postpartum period. It was very comforting knowing that either me or my partner could text or call Bonnie at any time, and she would be there to give us guidance, more information, or simply encouragement and validation on some of the more challenging days. Even at nearly 4 weeks postpartum, I know that I could call Bonnie and she'd be there for me. That comfort and reassurance has made all the difference in my partner's and my transition into parenthood. In addition to the great support we have received from Bonnie, we also really valued the childbirth education class series that was included in the doula package. We had always planned to deliver in a hospital rather than at the birth center; and still, every experience with Babymoon was positive, non-judgmental, educational, and supportive.
    Aug 1st, 2022

  • Celeste Jade

    I dont know why I am waiting this long to write a review, but I do rave about Baby Moon to most women I meet. I had my first daughter with Baby Moon in 2017. I had OBGYN care and switched to Baby Moon at 20 weeks along. The difference in care was astronomical. My OBGYN was very nice, but I talked to her maybe 5-10 minutes per appt, after waiting 30 mins prior during each appt. At Baby Moon, I never had an appt start later than 5 minutes after scheduled. Each midwife is caring and takes the time to talk through any concerns you have. During my first pregnancy, I was mostly with Kimberly and Marybeth. I remember doing all the standard things at the appointments (tests, weight check, blood pressure, heart rate, etc) but then you sit on the couch and discuss anything and everything. I could ask about any testing and be provided with internet articles or links. I also love that these nurse midwives have years and years of experience they can discuss with you. I remember during an appt with my husband, after initial medical questions and talk, the midwife asked us how things were going in our relationship. Are we preparing for the baby to arrive. How do we want the labor to go. This is the standard of care you will receive. With my first pregnancy I was initially denied coverage at Baby Moon by my insurance. I was devastated but Baby Moon eagerly helped me navigate my insurances red tape and after a few months, approvals arrived. They made it very easy for me. My birth was very long with my first, but the midwives did not make me feel rushed or incapable. There are no hurt feelings in labor. They live by that. For my second baby in 2021, I was excited to go back to Baby Moon. I had great care again and hired a doula that they work with (Bonnie). This labor was much faster. It was amazing to have a provider who remembered my previous birth and felt more connected to me and my family. When I have a third baby, Ill be at Baby Moon.
    Jul 17th, 2022

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About
Babymoon Inn

Babymoon Inn is located at 215 E Lexington Ave in Phoenix, Arizona 85012. Babymoon Inn can be contacted via phone at 602-314-7755 for pricing, hours and directions.

Contact Info

  •   602-314-7755

Questions & Answers

Q What is the phone number for Babymoon Inn?

A The phone number for Babymoon Inn is: 602-314-7755.


Q Where is Babymoon Inn located?

A Babymoon Inn is located at 215 E Lexington Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012


Q What is the internet address for Babymoon Inn?

A The website (URL) for Babymoon Inn is: http://www.babymooninn.com/


Q What days are Babymoon Inn open?

A Babymoon Inn is open:
Friday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM


Q How is Babymoon Inn rated?

A Babymoon Inn has a 4.6 Star Rating from 39 reviewers.

Hours

Friday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ratings and Reviews
Babymoon Inn

Overall Rating

Overall Rating
( 39 Reviews )
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Kalyn McNicol on Google

image Went here for a lactation consultation and to donate milk. The center and the ladies are extremely welcoming! The consultation with two midwives was helpful and my husband and I left feeling relieved and confident. They have your back and work hard to take care of you! 100% recommend.


KS L on Google

image Unsupportive, mean spirited, and greedy. For the few women who actually get to birth there maybe it's nice, but it seems like lately babymoon prefers to refer out to banner with Dr. Hervey, even when mom and baby are healthy. Imagine being 40 weeks pregnant with your first baby, being told that they want you to be induced despite twice weekly appointments and ultrasounds showing everything is on track and no real reason for it. They tried to schedule my induction but I wanted to wait a few days as I was feeling some changes. I let them, the hospital, the doula (who by the way never bothered to ask if I was doing okay and got paid for absolutely nothing) know that I wasn't ready to be induced. I got 18 phone calls in one day from babymoon about how disappointed they were (?!) That I didn't go to my "scheduled induction" and that they were dropping me as a client, even after they were prepaid cash. Imagine being in my shoes, all support gone for a choice that should be respected, especially in their field. They shamed me for wanting to give my baby a few extra days to show up. (Which he did shortly after, naturally and healthy) without any help or support from them. I was so stressed and disappointed that they would treat us this way after all of the prenatal visits and classes. Of course I would have done anything to ensure the safety of my baby and them insinuating otherwise is counterintuitive to their own philosophy, but here we are. You may as well go to the hospital anyway and get the typical experience.


Krista Patramanis on Google

image I just gave birth in September to my first baby. I transferred to Babymoon at 20 weeks and that was the best decision I could have possibly made for my baby, myself, and my husband. We loved our experience at Babymoon. The midwives are all so intelligent and make you feel special and comfortable in their own individual ways. The administrative staff, doulas, and educators are all incredible as well. Everybody makes you feel like family. Appointments are not rushed and they let you ask as many questions as you need. They are willing to work with you during off-hours and truly just make you feel like their biggest priority. It could have been the hormones, but I literally cried when I graduated from my care at Babymoon because I knew I wouldnt get to see the staff anymore. Until the next baby, that is! 12/10 recommend.


Kelly Claborn on Google

image My partner and I used the doula services provided by Babymoon Inn, and they well exceeded our expectations! Our doula was Bonnie, and she was an incredible support throughout the pregnancy, labor & delivery, and postpartum period. It was very comforting knowing that either me or my partner could text or call Bonnie at any time, and she would be there to give us guidance, more information, or simply encouragement and validation on some of the more challenging days. Even at nearly 4 weeks postpartum, I know that I could call Bonnie and she'd be there for me. That comfort and reassurance has made all the difference in my partner's and my transition into parenthood.
In addition to the great support we have received from Bonnie, we also really valued the childbirth education class series that was included in the doula package. We had always planned to deliver in a hospital rather than at the birth center; and still, every experience with Babymoon was positive, non-judgmental, educational, and supportive.


Celeste Jade on Google

image I dont know why I am waiting this long to write a review, but I do rave about Baby Moon to most women I meet.
I had my first daughter with Baby Moon in 2017. I had OBGYN care and switched to Baby Moon at 20 weeks along. The difference in care was astronomical. My OBGYN was very nice, but I talked to her maybe 5-10 minutes per appt, after waiting 30 mins prior during each appt. At Baby Moon, I never had an appt start later than 5 minutes after scheduled. Each midwife is caring and takes the time to talk through any concerns you have.
During my first pregnancy, I was mostly with Kimberly and Marybeth. I remember doing all the standard things at the appointments (tests, weight check, blood pressure, heart rate, etc) but then you sit on the couch and discuss anything and everything. I could ask about any testing and be provided with internet articles or links. I also love that these nurse midwives have years and years of experience they can discuss with you.
I remember during an appt with my husband, after initial medical questions and talk, the midwife asked us how things were going in our relationship. Are we preparing for the baby to arrive. How do we want the labor to go. This is the standard of care you will receive.
With my first pregnancy I was initially denied coverage at Baby Moon by my insurance. I was devastated but Baby Moon eagerly helped me navigate my insurances red tape and after a few months, approvals arrived. They made it very easy for me.
My birth was very long with my first, but the midwives did not make me feel rushed or incapable. There are no hurt feelings in labor. They live by that.
For my second baby in 2021, I was excited to go back to Baby Moon. I had great care again and hired a doula that they work with (Bonnie). This labor was much faster. It was amazing to have a provider who remembered my previous birth and felt more connected to me and my family.
When I have a third baby, Ill be at Baby Moon.


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