Gina Eichenbaum-Pikser has been a Certified Nurse-Midwife since graduating from the Columbia University School of Nursing in 2008. Her decision to become a midwife came from a deep-seated belief in social justice, feminism, and the power of human connection as well as a profound awe of the human body. As an undergraduate student at Wesleyan University, she studied history, philosophy and literature in the College of Letters and spent a semester in Spain as well as a summer in Guatemala, where she worked with indigenous midwives. In 2012 Gina opened Community Gyn Care, focusing on fertility and holistic gynecologic care. She has provided prenatal care and attended births in the public health setting at Bellevue Hospital Center since 2008 and is thrilled to begin offering those services with Community Midwifery Care. A life-long New Yorker, she currently lives in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
Abby Brown has been a Certified Nurse Midwife since 2007. She received her midwifery degree from Yale University School of Nursing and her undergraduate degree in psychology from Smith College. She decided to become a midwife after seeing a woman give birth for the first time and found it to be the craziest best thing she’d ever seen. She strongly believes that all people deserve quality, informed, respectful healthcare. She was a full-scope midwife at Bellevue Hospital Center for many years and joined Gina at Community Midwifery Care in 2014, after returning from a few years living in London. She lives in Manhattan with her husband and their two children.