I delivered all of my kids at St. Luke's, and had the last two with the Lonestar Midwives (Jan for one, Lauren for the other). I had a great experience every time. The nurses were very helpful and respectful, no one pushed any meds on me. I was set up to receive an IV, but didn't have it attached until after I delivered, for fluids. I was able to walk around, get in the shower, use a birthing ball (they have those there for you, no need to bring one). I was able to labor and deliver in any position that I wanted (felt better to deliver on my back for some reason, though I labored on my side).
If you choose to breastfeed, they have lactation consultants on site to help you, and the nurses can help, too. I will say that with my second baby, I only saw the consultant once, and it was when the baby wasn't even in the room. By the time I called her again, the nurse told me she was too busy. Didn't matter, I knew I didn't produce any milk, I was just hoping magic would strike and I could actually breastfeed a kid (I have insufficient glandular tissue, can't produce milk). If you don't choose to breastfeed, bottles are available to use.
I generally found that the staff is as helpful as you need them to be. Very helpful the first time, a little helpful the second, by the third I was like, "I'm good, no help needed!" :)