Midwifery Services

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A midwifery
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SeeBaby Midwifery at every stage of a woman’s life using an empathetic, non-judgmental and informative approach. SeeBaby is dedicated to providing options and support to women in the community! Midwifery options…

Doula Consortium

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Get To Know SeeBaby’s Doula Consortium…

SeeBaby is excited to partner with doulas in the community to provide continuity of care by way of labor doula support at your birth. For all patients receiving prenatal care with See Baby, Doula Option are available.

Perinatal Services

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Get To Know
Dr. Bootstaylor…

SeeBaby Perinatal is dedicated to providing options and support to women in the community! Doula support is encouraged to help provide the following Perinatal Options…

Gynecology Services

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Pre-Pregnancy & Menopause…

SeeBaby Gynecology is dedicated to providing options and support to women in the community! Support is encouraged to help provide the following Gynecology options…

Chris Turner, NP

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SeeBaby is dedicated to ensuring that our patients have an #ExperienceExcellence. It is our goal to provide the most advanced level of Well-Woman care, #Midwifery care, #Perinatal care and evaluation of pregnancy.

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Dear Community, 

Fyi, please be advised that See Baby Midwives, Lynn Fisher & Kay Cleveland were granted clinical midwifery “privileges” and as of today can care for patients and “catch” babies at Atlanta Medical Center (AMC); they are formally able to do so as of today (04/06/18).

See Baby is excited to augment our support of mothers in labor with the Midwives, as they join the Doulas from the Consortium and Dr. Bootstaylor in continuing to provide wonderful supportive care and healthy choices to our patients and community.

We “thank you” for your patience and support as we strive to make a better way for all.


Thank you,

Brad Bootstaylor

Dear Community, 

The New Year brings with it an exciting time of transition for See Baby; the changes coming to See Baby Midwifery include new midwives and new services (prenatal IV infusion & pediatrics) to enhance overall health and wellness!

We are sad to say goodbye to two delightful midwives, Nkechi and Jackie, of which we anticipated their continued presence to serve our community. Their time at See Baby, although brief and impactful, has drawn to a close for healthy personal reasons; Nkechi to celebrate the birth of her baby, and Jackie to transition toward retirement.

As we excitedly move forward into 2018, we are fortifying our midwifery service with a strong team of 4 dynamic, experienced and nurturing midwives who wholeheartedly support the Integrative Midwifery Model of Care. We enthusiastically introduce to you: Lynn Fisher, CNM, Kay Cleveland, CNM, Ellen Adamo, CNM & Judy Siron, CNM. Please read more about our midwives at http://seebaby.org/about-us/team/ . The high quality of care and empowerment our patients have come to expect and receive will continue with this dynamic team.

Please join us in welcoming the new See Baby Midwifery team ALL of whom will be in attendance at a “Special Session” for which all birth professionals are encouraged & invited, on Tuesday 1/23/18 @ 6pm. Your presence is always appreciated. We expect to have all the midwives catching babies at Atlanta Medical Center by spring! (Lynn & Kay: February, Ellen & Judy: March). In the interim, Dr. Bootstaylor, the midwives (in a supportive role), the phenomenal Doula Consortium and the ever-supportive nursing staff at Atlanta Medical Center will continue to care for Mothers and Families during their births.

In closing, we have fortified & enhanced our service; We are excited & eager to share this with you; We look forward to seeing you, and we are here for you.

Thank you,

Brad Bootstaylor

A Letter To Our Patients. 

See Baby Midwifery Integrative Care – Birthing Different, Birthing Better (aka Bring Birth Back!)

One-hundred-forty-eight (148) See Baby births have occurred since our arrival to Atlanta Medical Center on June 1, 2017.  Dr. Bootstaylor has graciously attended and witnessed the beauty of supporting all our Mothers in alignment with Doulas from the Consortium, AMC Nurses and our office staff.  As a result we are proud to say we have continuously supported alternative birth options to include Water birth, VBAC (water birth), vaginal breech, vaginal twins and Family Centered Cesarean (FCC).  In essence, various styles of birthing, both natural and medicated, have been supported = Empowered Mothers!!!

A new era is upon as the See Baby Midwives, Nkechi Brodie, CNM, Jackie Kuschner, CNM  and Lynn Fisher, CNM will begin supporting Mothers’ births as of October 16, 2017 at AMC.  The Doula Consortium has become an invaluable addition to See Baby’s service and will continue to support the midwives & Dr. Bootstaylor in this Integrative Midwifery Model moving forward.  This model emphasizes the presence of a doula at every birth.

As we all eagerly await this transition, we appreciate the spirit of support and alignment we all have for one another — patients, staff and providers alike.

Thank you,

Brad Bootstaylor

After a long but short gestation, See Baby Midwifery’s transition to Atlanta Medical Center has been extremely positive. We are happy to share with you our new Integrative approach to the Midwifery Model of Care. In doing so, we’d like to welcome Lynn Fisher, CNM from New York City to our team. In joining Jackie Kuschner, CNM & Nkechi Brodie, CNM the See Baby Midwives will begin supporting in-hospital births beginning October 16, 2017. The Integrative Model of Care See Baby Midwives will provide is accompanied by doula support for all births. The option of See Baby’s Doula Consortium is available as a complimentary service to all patients. Additionally, privately hired doula support will be offset by a doula stipend provided by See Baby.

The collaborative model of support involving our providers, doulas and nursing staff at Atlanta Medical Center, developed out of necessity, can become the gold standard for maternity care in Metro Atlanta. This model of support has demonstrated a healthy, enriching and rewarding experience of which our patients have overwhelmingly expressed satisfaction.

We sincerely “Thank You” for your patience and support during this time of transition for our team. As we turn the page together in support of Mothers, we build stronger communities through empowered births – Bring Birth Back!

Brad Bootstaylor


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