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

Our newest arrivals

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Ella Rae

Ella Rae who arrived into her mother’s hands on Sunday, July 21, 2013 at 2:06 pm.  She weighed in at 8 pounds 2 ounces.

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Charles “Ryker”

Charles “Ryker” arrived Monday, July 15, 2013 at 4:15 am.  He weighed in at 9 pounds 12 ounces.

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Whittaker Shane

Whittaker Shane was born at 11:37 am on Sunday, July 14 2013. He weighed in at 7 pounds. Perfect and precious.

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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    Debbie

    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

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

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    Whitney

    Whitney Whitmoore is  the Senior Apprentice at Atlanta Birth Care, where she has been  since January 2011.  Whitney is studying to be a Certified Professional Midwife and planning to sit for her certification exam in  2014. The miracle of birth has always captivated Whitney and she has a history of mother support roles over the [...]

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    Nichole

    Nichole Feinauer, CD(DONA), LCCE is the newest member of our ABC Team. She may be a familiar face to many of you. Nichole is a doula, childbirth educator, ICAN member, lactation consultant and the founder of Georgia Birth Network.  She is now training to become a midwife.

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    Kim

    Kim Bennett has put her midwifery training on hold but is continuing her work as a doula.  She loves home births and still assists when we need her.

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    Back-up Midwives

     Ruth Cox, CPM is the third midwife in our practice.  She apprenticed with us for four+ years and received her national certification in 2010.  While her main focus now is being with her children she does find time to attend the occasional birth. Debi Thomas, CPM  is our other backup midwife.  We practice independently but [...]