Our Philosophy: Experience the Best of Both Worlds

The serenity of a low-intervention birth in a sacred space, complemented by the security of a hospital setting.  

Your journey with us is not just about delivering a baby; it’s about creating a cherished, empowering, and safe beginning for your family.  

The Birth Center at Western Wisconsin Health includes the following:

Discover our commitment to empowering birthing experiences. 

Providers: 

From obstetricians to midwives, our providers are dedicated to ensuring your birth experience is not just medically sound but profoundly personal.  Discover the faces behind the care, guiding you through every step with expertise and compassion at Western Wisconsin Health Birth Center.

Care Coordinators: 

Meet our Perinatal Care Coordinators Nurses at Western Wisconsin health, your dedicated guides to a confident and empowered pregnancy journey. From personalized prenatal education to goal-oriented support, our coordinators are by your side, ensuring you feel informed and ready for the arrival of your little one. 

  • Kayla Lombard
  • Diana Kleven

Birth Center Nurses:

Meet the nurturing souls behind the scenes – our Birth Center Nurses. Affectionately called the “Keepers of the Sacred Space,” these compassionate professionals bring expertise and warmth to your birthing journey. Our nurses are more than caregivers – they are guardians of your unique experience, ensuring a safe, supportive, and empowering atmosphere.

Comprehensive services designed to support you throughout your pregnancy journey.

Birth Amenities:

  • Private birthing suites 
  • Waterbirth tubs 
  • Comfort tools such as birth balls, massage tools, rebozo sling,  
  • Labor sling 
  • Upright birth stool
  • State-of-the-art infant security system 
  • Wireless fetal monitoring 
  • Family-centered gentle cesarean birth 
  • Neonatal virtual care
  • Complimentary massage/acupuncture
  • Breast milk dispensary and depot

Integrative Health

From pregnancy to postpartum, our tailored services support well-being at every stage of your journey. 

  • Massage: Comfort and relaxation during pregnancy or postpartum 
  • Acupuncture: Ease pregnancy symptoms, enhance labor experience, and support postpartum recovery 
  • Physical therapy: Support a growing body in pregnancy or recover core and pelvic floor function postpartum 
  • Functional medicine: Promotes overall wellness, addressing root causes for a healthier pregnancy, labor, and postpartum recovery 
  • Behavioral Health Support: Support mental wellbeing throughout pregnancy and beyond.
To make an appointment call 715-684-1111. 

Empower, learn, and prepare with our informative classes. 

Childbirth Education Classes

Prepare for the journey of childbirth with our classes at Western Wisconsin Health Birth Center. Led by experienced instructors, you’ll gain essential knowledge on labor, delivery, pain management, and postpartum care. Connect with other expectant parents and leave feeling informed and ready for the beautiful adventure ahead. At Western Wisconsin Health Birth Center, we empower through education for a confident start to your birthing experience. 

What are patients saying?

“I learned relaxation techniques and things I can do to help my wife in labor.”

“We learned different techniques for helping labor to progress NATURALLY.”

“We learned tools for coping with labor in natural ways.”

“I didn’t know how common C-sections were or how low the rates are here.”

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Breastfeeding Classes

Led by experienced lactation consultants, these classes provide essential guidance on latching techniques, breastfeeding positions, and troubleshooting common challenges.  For first-time parents or those looking to enhance their breastfeeding experience, join us to gain valuable insights, share experiences, and build confidence in your breastfeeding journey. 

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Complimentary Car Seat Checks

Ensure your child’s safety with our free car seat checksOur experts ensure proper installation for a secure journey every time.

Learn more and register by calling us at 715-684-1111.

Welcome to WWH Lactation Services, where we are dedicated to supporting you on your breastfeeding journey.

  • Inpatient Services: Expert lactation support right from your hospital room 
  • Outpatient Services: Continue with confidence through personalized outpatient consultations. 
  • Prenatal Lactation Education: Prepare for success with prenatal breastfeeding class and clinic education.  

The Lactation Circle:

Join our community support group for valuable insights and connections!

First and third Wednesday of each month at the WWH Fitness Center playroom | 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

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To make an appointment call 715-684-1111 or contact the lactation line at 715-684-1458.

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What People Are Saying

I’m so glad to be a part of the Western WI Health community. Truly lifesaving for me.

“Dr. Clemma Nash and her functional medicine expertise is outstanding. I’ve seen her a few times for exposure to toxic mold and her knowledge has given me my life back. Not only has the functional medicine saved me, but Dr. Nash’s compassion, listening skills and gentle way has been such a gift for my health. I’m so glad to be a part of the Western WI Health community. Truly lifesaving for me.”

Functional Medicine Patient

I am thankful that there are such good care providers so close to home!

“Just brought my daughter in to see Sara Atteberry, NP, and wow!!! She was thorough, kind, gentle, and smart! What a great addition to WWH. I was very comforted in the care and compassion she showed to my daughter. I am thankful that there are such good care providers so close to home!”

Shayni, Pediatric Patient

We are SO blessed to have Western Wisconsin Health in our community.

“We had a long, tough labor, but we couldn’t be happier! The entire staff was so incredibly amazing. They made a very exhausting two days much better with their warm support, encouraging words, and wonderful knowledge. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. We are SO blessed to have Western Wisconsin Health in our community.”

Manda, Birth Center Patient