Home Birth in the Metro Atlanta Georgia area…

Many women feel there is no safer or more loving place to give birth than in their own home with the assistance of a midwife. The home setting is familiar and natural -- a place where the new baby and family are together from the start. For low-risk pregnancies, there is no evidence to suggest that giving birth in the hospital is safest. The evidence does show much lower rates of obstetrical intervention, such as forceps and c/section deliveries, with midwife assisted births. Atlanta Birth Care midwives serve low risk mothers in the Atlanta Metro area who live within in a hour of Lilburn/Duluth.
  • I am forever grateful for ABC’s skilled, compassionate care that led me to a peaceful birth.

    — J~

  • Supporting Women, Nurturing Families

    — ABC

Announcements and News


10/14 Why Not Home and Reception!

The Foundation for the Advancement of Midwifery (FAM), home of the Birth Trust, invites you to Eat, Drink and Be Giving. We will kick off the evening by honoring Debbie Pulley, CPM and Brad S. Bootstaylor, MD, FACOG, members of the local Atlanta birth community who have helped transform the way women and families experience […]


ABC Annual Picnic !

Come Join us for the Annual ABC Potluck Picnic!! Saturday, October 22, 2016 from 3:30 – 6:30 Lilburn City Park Pavilion, 76 Main St. Lilburn GA 30047 We would love to see you. Please RSVP to debbie@gamidwife.com

Our Team

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    Our Team ….. (click for more info)

    Atlanta Birth Care (ABC) is a traditional midwifery practice of two partner midwives that assist women to give birth in their own home. ABC practices the Midwifery Model Of Care.   Midwifery has ancient roots of women serving women, supporting them in their labors to give birth. Midwives rely on their hands as their key […]

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    Hello and welcome!  I am Debbie Pulley and one of the the senior midwives in the practice.  It has been my honor to assist Atlanta families at their births for over 30 years.  My students and I feel strongly that prenatal care, birth and postpartum care are a family event if that is what the family chooses.  Children are […]

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    Kay Johnson, CNM is the newest addition in our practice. (bio coming soon)    

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    Missi knew she wanted to be a midwife when she was a South Atlanta high schooler observing births as a CNA at Southern Regional Hospital. She also knew that these highly medicalized births were not the type that she wanted to facilitate. It wasn’t until she delivered all five of her babies as planned home […]