Okay, I think that would be very wise to move on. You can consult with other practitioners without having tests done or removing clothing
. Call and tell them you want to consult with the doctor and see if they are a good fit for you. I would check with your local ICAN group (first) or BirthNetwork or LLL group and see who is really supportive before you do that even. The key is to avoid the induction - even if your water breaks, you can stay home - avoid vaginal exams.
The other key is to stay home as long as possible moving as you need, doing normal things at home... You want to labor/push on hands-knees or squatting - basically upright, especially if that is what feels good to you. It is well worth a road trip, too, if you need to for a supportive facility/provider. I might ask, too, that you be open to a birthing center or birthing at home so that you get the best option for you!!