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Birth Center

(3 Reviews)
918 County Line Rd, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010

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State: Pennsylvania
Address: 918 County Line Rd, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
Zip code: 19010
Phone: (610) 525-6086
Website: https://lifecyclewomancare.org/


  • Marc Dryburgh

    (November 2, 2017, 8:47 pm)

    I gave birth to my first babe at Lifecycle WomanCare on October 12th, 2015- my husband and I had the greatest experience! We decided around month 5 of the pregnancy to give it a go. The birth classes were awesome and really opened our eyes on what to expect. The entire staff from reception through midwives and nurses were exceptional- easy to talk to, caring, kind and extremely knowledgable. Just had my 6 week postpartum check up which again solidified my happiness with this place. It encourages me to stay healthy so that we can have more babies here in the future.

    Our 2nd beautiful baby girl was born on June 6th, '17. We love The Birth Center!

  • Heather Romano

    (December 28, 2015, 12:19 pm)

    I had my daughter at Lifecycle WomanCare on 11/27/15 in the blue room. I cannot even begin to express my gratitude to the entire staff/team. As a first time mom, I didn't feel that I was getting personable care from my traditional OB/GYN office. From my first appointment to the follow-up phone calls checking on myself and my daughter, this is simply the BEST care you can get. I could write a book on how much I love this establishment, but I'll spare you and simply encourage you to consider this as your healthcare provider for any and all gynecological/maternity needs. Outstanding.

  • Roger Burris

    (November 24, 2014, 9:07 am)

    This google profile is my husband's, my name is Nicole. I have been a Birth Center client for over 12 yrs, and have had all 4 of my children under their care. My first birth, in 2003, was at the old building with a much smaller staff, and my most recent birth was in 2012. I also go for routine woman care. I have watched TBC grow over the years, and have been pleased with this - as it means more women are choosing midwife care and natural birth. To answer others' sometimes negative reviews, yes - you can have your membranes stripped, at your discretion of course, and only if you are close enough to your due date, the baby feels big enough and all other factors are fine. In my opinion, the midwives are all rather qualified to determine these things. I personally loved the level of care received at every visit. I loved being a part of my own care, taking my weight and testing my urine, being asked questions. I have not encountered any midwife who seemed cold, brash, or unqualified at any time. I have had Anne (specifically mentioned by others in reviews), and once with her I was in late at night to check on the baby as I was having pain. She was managing two laboring Mama's downstairs and running back up to check on me while I was on the monitor. No, she did not have time to be chatty and friendly with me, but she let me know the situation, and I respected her for prioritizing and managing everything effectively. I did not once feel neglected or pushed aside, and I can still see her smiling face as she came back upstairs after the babies had come. She was then able to spend time reviewing my results and quelling my concerns. As for those saying it is too much like a hospital, one needs to understand that there are many levels in between intervention-filled hospital birth and intervention-free midwife-assisted birth, and I believe TBC needs to make some of those levels available for women who may not otherwise be able to complete their goal of birthing in a free-standing Birth Center.

    Overall, I would continue to highly recommend TBC to those women and families who want personalized, knowledgeable & specialized care in an environment that is still set up to handle emergencies on a basic level. TBC manages only low-risk, singleton pregnancies for that very reason, yet there will always be some situations that cannot be helped (or some women who change their minds) and that leads to transfer. All my births were wonderful, but my 4th birth, where I labored on my hands and knees, and then caught my son in my own hands, was an absolutely amazing experience, one I wish every woman could experience.

    TBC offers tours for prospective clients, so I guess all I can say is go check it out for yourself.

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