“I love the midwives so much!” ~Kaley

“The midwives take the time to talk to you, find out what is going on, and genuinely care about you as a person and not just a patient on a list. The relationship is important.” ~Mary

“They make me feel like an actual person and not just another naked patient in a gown. It means a lot to me that they come in and talk while my clothes are still on!” ~Kristen

“I don’t feel like I’m going to the gynecologist. I feel like I’m going to hang out with an old friend… who just happens to have access to my parts.” ~Abby

“The midwives regard me as a whole person. They take the time to check in with me, talk to me, and answer questions in a non-judgmental space.” ~Jennifer

“I’m valued, even with my concerns. Real, holistic solutions for my health concerns, real genuine knowledge of them, and a relationship that asks the real questions.” ~Nichole

“I’ve come to depend on the level of care I’ve only seen from midwives. I feel loved and protected in their care, through the good and the bad. Honestly, if I could go to them in place of my general practitioner, I would!” ~Randi

“Best health care providers I have! I wish I could see them for everything!!” ~Jen

“The level of comfort, care, and support are like no other. I’ve been coming to the BC for the last 17 years and I couldn’t imagine going anywhere else. I’m never rushed and I’m always listened to. And now my daughter is also a patient ” ~Dee

“You feel loved and cared about as well as cared for.” ~Amy

“You care!!! And the wait times are minimal! ” ~Kariann

“Thank God we have access to such a supportive, caring and knowledgeable team!” ~Sharese

“I feel so cared about and loved. It’s like visiting a friend and having a chat. I feel like my visits are thorough and taken seriously. I never feel rushed. I rarely wait more than a few minutes before a visit and I’m always welcomed with a hug. It just feels very personal and familiar. I love TBC! ” ~Teresa

“I love that everyone is so genuine you can tell they really truly care about you and respect you.” ~Emmalee