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New Life Birth Center is located in the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains of Rocky Mount, Virginia.

New Life Birth Center is an innovative midwife-physician collaborative practice providing holistic maternity care services including prenatal, birth and postnatal care; breastfeeding assistance, and lifelong health care and education.

They have two birthing rooms, equipped with comfortable beds and birthing tubs, to meet your needs during labor and delivery.

Address:
610 South Main Street
Rocky Mount, VA 24151

Phone: 540-482-0505

New Life Birth Center has a 4.9 star rating, and absolutely gushing customer reviews:

Karen is a wonderful midwife!!! I am so grateful that you were able to take me as a client on such short notice and I couldn't have chosen anyone more perfect for my situation. Your support during birth couldn't have been replaced. I love that you love what you do!!
I had the best water birth experience here! Karen and the others were so great and it was such a comfortable environment. It was such a blessing to get to have Ali at birth center and if we have any more we will be going back.

Find out more at www.NewLifeBirthCenter.org

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