Seasons Midwifery and Birth Center Celebrates its 2 Year Anniversary

April 23, 2021, Seasons Midwifery and Birth Center celebrates its two year anniversary! This significant milestone came only three days after welcoming the 228th child born in the center.

“Creating Seasons Midwifery & Birth Center was a true labor of love, supported by the phenomenal teams of our small staff and the broader Women’s Health Group,” says Aubre Tompkins, Director of Midwifery at Seasons. “As we are approaching our second birthday, I could not be more proud of the community we have fostered and grown here in Thornton. I am eternally grateful to the families who have chosen us for their care and to our amazing staff who keep all the balls in the air to make it possible. I look forward to our continued growth as we welcome more and more babies to the world!”

Seasons has been on a rapid path to growth over its two years. They celebrated their first year anniversary the same week they welcoming their 100th child to the world. As more and more parents research birth centers and the interest grows, Seasons is prepared to welcome families and allow them to birth their way.

 

“How quickly they grow up!” says Heather Prestridge, Administrative Director at Seasons. “It’s hard to imagine that we have already reached our 2 year milestone. It’s been wonderful becoming a part of the community here and serving the families in Thornton. We appreciate their trust in us as we care for them during this important time in their lives. Our staff loves getting to know everyone personally and watching as these babies grow.”

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Updated Visitor Policy

Due to a decrease in COVID-19 cases in Colorado, we have updated our visitor policy to allow one masked visitor per patient. All patients and visitors must wear a face covering.

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