I do not live in your area, but am a Labor and Delivery nurse with more than 15 years experience. My advice is to make sure the midwife giving care is affiliated with a good obstetrician who could step in should complications arrive. A good midwife is wonderful in an uncomplicated delivery, but since she is already having issues with the pregnancy, having a care giver on standby who could help in an emergency is very important. In most situations, a midwife is affiliated with someone like this, but if she does not know, she should ask. I would also ask to meet the obstetrician, get checked out if that has not already happened, so that she is familiar with him/her, should an emergency arise.Good luck!