Rebecca McInnis, CNM, MSN has been caring for women and their families for 28 years starting in Alabama then continuing in Texas, North Carolina and then Utah where she opened Women and Birth Care, our parent company which has been caring for women since 2003. The Birth Center was opened in 2010 giving families wonderful birth experiences. She believes that having a natural birth in a birth center empowers women and bonds families. Women in other times of their lives can receive well women care and help for common health problems such as hypothyroid or infections. Offering extensive knowledge in alternative and natural healing treatments in addition to full prescriptive privileges, this mother and grandmother loves midwifery and caring for women in all aspects of their lives.
Education BSN as a registered nurse from the University of Texas
Midwifery training from Frontier School of Midwifery and Family Nursing
Masters of Nursing from Frontier Nursing University
Certification Nationally Certified and licensed as a CNM in the state of Utah
Eve German, CPM, LM, MSM has worked in reputable birth center and home birth midwifery practices in Utah and Washington State. She considers birth to be her greatest, most humbling and inspiring teacher, that women should have freedom and choices in childbirth and that birth is about families. She values the normalcy of pregnancy and birth, and treasures the many times when she can stand back and witness the remarkable strength of women and babies, having no need to meddle or intervene.
Education BA in English from Brigham Young University
Masters of Science in Midwifery from Bastyr University
Certification Nationally certified and licensed midwife in the state of Utah
The State of Utah has many types of practicing midwives. The Utah Women & Newborns quality Collaborative has put together an easy to understand chart to understand the differences. Our midwives, at The Birth Center, are all licensed in the State of Utah and Certified Professional Midwives. You can be assured of quality care and licensed providers.
At your birth will be at least one midwife and at least one trained birth assistant until you are discharged. Eva, Kellie, Dianne, Mikayl and Jennifer are our birth assistants, well trained in labor support, maternal and infant emergency care, postpartum and lactation support to make sure you and your baby are well taken care of in and after the birth process as they work closely with the midwives. One of our receptionists, Dianne, Mikayl or Danka, will greet you at the door or on the phone and our office manager Eva is available to answer your financial questions. Jennifer also runs our Prenatal Group Program that about half of our clients take part in. Erica is available to encapsulate your placenta into pills to aid with postpartum recovery. We are here to serve you!