We Are Open
We are welcoming babies, women and their loved ones into our community of support.
As a midwife-led, not-for-profit community healthcare facility, we specialize in natural childbirth and the care of pregnant women, new parents and young babies. Our birth suites give women the option of an informal, family-centered place to deliver their children, while our community area will be home to a shop for Mom and baby, and access to a host of pre- and post-natal professionals who provide information, encouragement and a range of wellness services to parents and parents-to-be.
Professional care for newborns and their parents
Birth is a major event. In the days, weeks and months that follow, babies, mothers and their families may need extra care and support to rest, recover and gain confidence in their new roles. At the Ottawa Birth and Wellness Centre, we can help you navigate this time of tremendous transition.
Coming soon to the Ottawa Birth and Wellness Centre are a host of services for new families, including naturopathy, massage therapy, nutritional counselling, mom-and-baby classes, breastfeeding and lactation support, and more! Check back often for information on our latest offerings.
Who we are
Another approach to pre- and post-natal care
The Ottawa Birth and Wellness Centre (OBWC) is a not-for-profit community healthcare facility that specializes in natural childbirth and the care of pregnant women, new parents and young babies.
The centre’s spacious birth suites offer women with midwives and low-risk pregnancies an informal, family-centered place to deliver their children. The community area is home to a shop for mom and baby, and a host of pre- and post-natal professionals who provide information, encouragement and a range of wellness services to parents and parents-to-be.
Everyone who works at the OBWC takes a culturally inclusive, non-institutional and holistic approach to care that draws clients from across the Ottawa area. We aim to make the Centre welcoming to all clients, including young women, new immigrants, single mothers, Aboriginal women, LGBT parents, and any others who are exploring out-of-hospital birth options.