916 S 3rd St, Mt Vernon, WA 98273

Your Birth Center

Your Unique Birth Center Experience

Clients often tell us that our birth center offers home-like comfort with a spa-like feel. Each room is equipped with a large, deep birth tub, designed for laboring in water as well as water birth. We also offer nitrous oxide and a TENS unit as options to support your labor experience. We encourage clients to explore all birthing and comfort options prior to their due date to so we can fully customize their unique birth experience.

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“The birthing suite is so comfortable and well-equipped and the nitrous oxide and huge bathtub are a winning combo!”

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Breastfeeding Friendly Washington

Achieving the GOLD status demonstrates meeting the highest level of standards recognized by Breastfeeding Friendly Washington. BFWA encourages organizations to promote and support breastfeeding by implementing recommended policies and procedures including Breastfeeding Washington’s Ten Steps for Birth Centers. 

Commission for the Accreditation of Birth Centers – Accredited since 2016

The Commission for the Accreditation of Birth Centers (CABC) provides support, education and accreditation to developing and existing birth centers. The CABC uses the standard of the American Association of Birth Centers (AABC). Upon awarding accreditation the CABC reviews nine factors to make sure the birth center builds and maintains community ties and meets the changing needs of the community it serves. The nine standards include planning; organization; administration; facility, equipment and supplies; quality of services; staffing and personnel; the health record; evaluation of quality care and research.

Nitrous Oxide

To help make your birth experience as comfortable as possible, we offer nitrous oxide to help with labor pain. Also known as “laughing gas”, nitrous oxide is a tasteless, odorless gas that when used, helps ease, causes a state of relaxation, euphoria and a reduction of anxiety. Nitrous oxide is self-administered, meaning you have total control over how much you want to use, or if you want to stop and try a different method of pain relief.

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