• Why a Birth Center?

    A birth center provides a holistic program with comprehensive midwifery care, a nurturing environment where you will feel supported, respected, safe and secure and personalized, family-centered care from highly qualified holistic health care providers.
    Atlanta Birth Center’s mission is to be a sanctuary that nurtures the lives of women and their families by providing a continuum of family-centered, holistic care surrounding the childbearing experience.

  • Donate Now!

    A simple donation can make a big difference in our vision of community where birth is embraced as the most fundamental part of a conscious and connected human experience, where womens’ voices are heard and medical intervention is a necessary exception – not the norm. Find out how your tax-deductible contribution can help us achieve this vision and impact the lives of hundreds of babies and families by contacting info@atlantabirthcenter.org. Ready to help?

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  • Find Out More

    Our monthly Meet the Midwives series provide a great opportunity to learn more about the center and our midwives! Families welcome, paid parking available (please be sure to follow parking instructions at “Pay Here” kiosk near parking deck). Come with all of your questions! Next one is August 23, 2016 from 7p-8:30/9p.  Stay tuned for further dates.  Can’t make the Meet the Midwives? Weekly daytime birth center tours with ABC staff will be starting in September!

A First for Atlanta!

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Based on the birth center model of care, we believe pregnancy and birth are normal life events and should be women-centered. This model includes prenatal care, mind, body, spirit and social well-being, postpartum support, and much more.

With the opening of Atlanta Birth Center, this model of care is now available to women in the Atlanta metro area. We are so excited to share our knowingness that this birth center model of care cannot be duplicated by a local area hospital.

We invite you to use our community of providers to learn more about the importance of a birth center care.

If we as a nation truly want to take care of our children, we must first take care of the mothers who give birth to them.

Kitty Ernst, CNM, MPH