Missouri's 2015 NTSV cesarean rate was met the Healthy People 2020 target. 23.6% of first-time moms with low-risk deliveries give birth by cesarean.
In 2014, 13.5% of women with a previous C-section gave birth vaginally. It's a bit better than the national average.
Contact your state department of health and ask if they will publish hospital-level maternity data.
Consumer Reports Maternity Ratings and Articles
The Leapfrog Group Maternity Ratings and Reports
If you don't see your hospital's rate on the Leapfrog Group web site, it's because they don't report their maternity data to the Leapfrog Hospital Survey. Take action! Ask them why not.
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