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Women's Birth and Wellness Center celebrates 10 years

Posted October 17, 2013

Pullen Park's restored carousel.

The Chapel Hill-based Women's Birth and Wellness Center will mark a decade serving women of all ages with a big event at Pullen Park in Raleigh on Sunday.

Since 2003, the center has served as a nonprofit birth center and women's health clinic offering women an alternative to the hospital setting for prenatal, birth and post-delivery care. The center includes a staff of eight certified nurse midwives, two women's health nurse practitioners, registered nurses and lactation consultants.

It's also home to a fantastic boutique, featuring all sorts of breastfeeding, babywearing and other supplies for new moms and babies.

The center's future plans include the construction of a new and more comprehensive facility to serve its patients, according to a press release. 

Sunday's event is 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Pullen Park in Raleigh. It's open to the public. You don't need to have been a patient at the center to attend. In fact, it might be a good opportunity to learn more about what they offer. 

The center is asking that people register for the event so they can be prepared for the crowd. To register, click here.

Congratulations to everybody at WBWC!

 

 

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