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5 Birth Centers in Fort Worth, Texas: A Comparison

written by Jen Brady  |  updated January 18, 2023

Congrats on your pregnancy and considering a birth center!

Birth centers are ideal if you’re seeking a natural childbirth experience.

I went down a long road when deciding between a hospital and a birth center. During my first pregnancy, I switched care/providers three times. I’m here to help and hope this doesn’t happen to you (who has enough to think about).

Here are things to consider when choosing a birth center:

  • Care
  • Cost
  • Accreditation
  • Location
  • Reviews

The best advice I can give: narrow down to a few and then plan a visit to tour and meet the midwives. The earlier the better.

In the end I went with a freestanding birth center. It was an AABC-established birth center and CABC-accredited. All the midwives were CNMs (certified nurse midwives). It was an incredible experience for me.

All information below is accurate at the time of writing. If you notice anything inaccurate or would like to be added, please contact me.

Let’s dig into your options for freestanding birth centers in Fort Worth (and a few surrounding areas).

newborn holding hand birth centers in fort worth

1. Origins Birth and Wellness Center

Origins Birth and Wellness Forth Worth is committed to offering exceptional midwifery care. (They also have a birth center in Dallas.)

Care: Includes preconception, prenatal, labor/birth, and postpartum/extended postpartum care.

Cost: It’s unclear from the site if Medicaid and private insurance are accepted. A few costs are listed under Services.

Accreditation:
❌ Not AABC established birth center
❌ Not CABC accredited

Location: 10345 Alta Vista Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76244

Reviews: Most reviews are 5 stars: Origins Fort Worth Birth and Wellness Google reviews

Website: originsbirth.com


2. Grapevine Birth Center

Grapevine Birth Center strives to make your pregnancy, birth and postpartum time as relaxed as possible.

Care: Includes prenatal, birth, waterbirth, and postpartum care.

Cost: Some private insurance plans are accepted. Call for more info.

Accreditation:
❌ Not AABC established birth center
❌ Not CABC accredited

Location: 409 W Wall St., Grapevine, TX 76051

Reviews: Mostly 5 stars: Grapevine Birth Center Google reviews

Website: grapevinebirthingcenter.com


3. All About Babies Argyle Birth Center

All About Babies says “Let our family help your family grow, one miraculous birth at a time.”

Care: Includes prenatal, birth, waterbirth, and postpartum care.

Cost: Unclear from the site; call for more info.

Accreditation:
❌ Not AABC established birth center
❌ Not CABC accredited

Location: 305 FM1830, Argyle, TX 76226

Reviews: Mostly 5 stars: All About Babies Birth Center Google reviews

Website: allaboutbabies.net


4. Fort Worth Birthing and Wellness Center

Fort Worth Birth Center was established in 2013 and creates a comfortable relaxing space for prenatal care and birth.

Care: Includes prenatal care, labor/birth care, postpartum care, and lactation consulting.

Cost: In-network with most insurance plans. Competitive rates and payment plans.

Accreditation:
✅ AABC established birth center
✅ CABC accredited

Location: 622 Hemphill St, Fort Worth, TX 76104

Reviews: Mostly 5 stars: Fort Worth Birth Center Google Reviews

Website: fwbirthcenter.com


5. Birth and Wellness Center of Arlington

The Birth Center of Arlington provides a holistic approach to pregnancy, birth, and postpartum.

Care: Includes prenatal, birth, waterbirth, and postpartum care.

Cost: Some insurance companies and health share programs are accepted. Call for more info.

Accreditation:
❌ Not AABC established birth center
❌ Not CABC accredited

Location: 1001 W Randol Mill Rd, Arlington, TX 76012

Reviews: Mostly 5 stars: Birth Center of Arlington Google Reviews

Website: birthandwellnesscenter.com


Also check out birth centers in Dallas or all birth centers in Texas.

Hope this list helps and best wishes on your journey! Peace love & baby kicks.


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About the Author

Jen Brady — Chief Green Mama
Mom of two. Wife of one. Holistic nutritional consultant. Amateur biohacker. Guide of the Green Yourself Pregnancy Challenge. Author of the Green Your Baby Registry Guide.

I'm wild about pregnancy and babies (in a sane way) and I need to steer you away from harsh chemicals and hormone disruptors. Stick with me to keep it lean and green.