• People

About Birthing Companions

  • “I came to realize that all women have the ability to give birth by herself after watching a woman give birth in New Zealand. I also came to learn that the essential element of childbirth isn't the latest medical technology or medication, but the communication between the medical staff and the family. This was proven through the fact that waiting, supporting, and caring leads to better outcomes than hastening childbirth in the name of professionalism.”

    A Medical Perspective on Birthing Companions
  • “Based on expert medical knowledge and abundant experience, we will attentively care for the mother and help create a happy and safe birth. Realizing that our role, which I thought was simply work, was a life and calling to approach the essence of life was the greatest gift to me. Midwife, when interpreted, means 'a person who helps when giving birth'. To live a life worthy of that name, I humble myself for the mother and her family and listen again to heed her words.”

    A Midwife’s Perspective on Birthing Companions
  • “Sometimes, it is truly an exhilarating task to be a mother-like or even a sister-like figure to a woman who is trying to give birth with her own power. Breathing with the mother, supporting the mother, and comforting the mother's body and mind with all the sincerity she deserves is more difficult than it appears. But the accomplishment and joy of being together in a life-blooming scene have the power to make even the arduous journey of childbirth worthwhile. With that power, we are ready to go back to the next birth.”

    A Doula’s Perspective on Birthing Companions
  • “I came to realize that all women have the ability to give birth by herself after watching a woman give birth in New Zealand. I also came to learn that the essential element of childbirth isn't the latest medical technology or medication, but the communication between the medical staff and the family. This was proven through the fact that waiting, supporting, and caring leads to better outcomes than hastening childbirth in the name of professionalism.”

    A Medical Perspective on Birthing Companions
  • “Based on expert medical knowledge and abundant experience, we will attentively care for the mother and help create a happy and safe birth. Realizing that our role, which I thought was simply work, was a life and calling to approach the essence of life was the greatest gift to me. Midwife, when interpreted, means 'a person who helps when giving birth'. To live a life worthy of that name, I humble myself for the mother and her family and listen again to heed her words.”

    A Midwife’s Perspective on Birthing Companions
  • “Sometimes, it is truly an exhilarating task to be a mother-like or even a sister-like figure to a woman who is trying to give birth with her own power. Breathing with the mother, supporting the mother, and comforting the mother's body and mind with all the sincerity she deserves is more difficult than it appears. But the accomplishment and joy of being together in a life-blooming scene have the power to make even the arduous journey of childbirth worthwhile. With that power, we are ready to go back to the next birth.”

    A Doula’s Perspective on Birthing Companions

Introducing Birthing Companions

The people who push through and finish their jobs regardless of credit. For them, who meet the next generation with joy, their place of work becomes their place of home.

English Speaking Staff

  • Registered NurseYeon Huy Kim

  • M.D, Ph.D / Head DoctorPeter H. Chung

  • Intl. ClinicElizabeth

  • Intl. ClinicStella Chung

  • C.N.MJung Suk Park

  • DoulaKate Besleme

  • DoulaSarah Houser

Outpatient

Sonographer

Moon Jung Kim

Sonographer

Ji Young Kim

Sonographer

Ju Hyun Park

Registered Nurse

Eun Suk Song

M.D / Anesthesiology

Jae Soo Wee

Registered Nurse

Su Young Lee

Intl.Clinic

Monica Lee

Nursing Assistant

Young Ran Lee

Finance

Hye Yun Jung

Researcher

Eunwoo Chung

M.D / Doctor

Su Hee Cho

Intl.Clinic / Registered Nurse

Cerina Choi

Birthing Center

Birthing Center Manager

Jeong Hwa Gang C.N.M

Finance Director

Hye Kyung Ki

Nursing Assistant

Shin Young Kim

Doula

Hyun Joo Kim

Doula

Kyung Suk Park

C.N.M / Head Nurse

Jimi Park

Doula

Young Sun Song

R.N, IBCLC

Sejin Grace Oh

C.N.M

Su Yeon Lee

Nursing Assistant

Hye Min Lee

C.N.M

Oota / Hyang Sook Jun

Nursing Assistant

Sunok Jung

C.N.M

Do Ran Jo

Nursing Assistant

Hee Kyung Jin