Welcome

Are you hoping for a healthy baby and an intimate and empowering birth experience? (hint: You CAN have both!) Are you looking for a primary care provider who spends more time with you and really listens? Are you seeking a more holistic approach for your health care? If so, you've come to the right place!

Geneva Woods Birth Center - aka
"The Nest"

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The mission of Geneva Woods Birth Center is to provide a safe alternative to low risk women and their families for giving birth outside the hospital environment. We endeavor to provide the atmosphere where families can feel safe, nurtured and in charge of their birth experience. Geneva Woods Birth Center has welcomed over 1100 babies safely into the world since 2002.

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Midwifery

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The mission of the midwives of Geneva Woods Midwifery is to meet the emotional, physical, and spiritual needs of their clients, and to provide the physical space – whether in the birth center or hospital - where women can trust in birth and in the power of their own bodies. Our goal is to have happy moms, healthy babies, and families who have been strengthened by the childbirth experience. We practice a traditional Midwifery Model of Care that is also evidence-based.

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Our midwives

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Barbara Norton, CNM, ANP, and Rhonda Johnson, CNM, ANP, both have 20 years of experience practicing midwifery. They have each attended over 1,000 births in various settings, from homes to birth centers to different hospitals. They are currently focusing on providing midwifery services in The Birth Place in Wasilla during the summer of 2015, and then in Geneva Woods Birth Center and Providence Hospital beginning in fall 2015.

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well women /
GYN Services

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In addition to providing all aspects of midwifery maternity care, Barbara and Rhonda also do well-women care. They have over 50 years of combined experience providing women’s health care as Nurse Practitioners. Our practice offers care to women from adolescence through menopause.

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