Lindy Johnson, CNM


Lindy Johnson, CNM

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Experienced Midwifery Care in Berkeley, CA

Midwifery Care in Berkeley, CA

Get off to a healthy start with the best possible care for you and your new baby. Lindy Johnson, CNM has the extensive obstetrics service experience and knowledge that your growing family deserves.

Lindy Johnson is a certified nurse-midwife and passionate about serving the women of the Bay Area. For more information about midwifery care in Berkeley, CA, please call at (510) 644-0104.

A Steady Hand to Guide You

Your comfort, both physically and mentally, is the priority when you’re expecting. Whether you prefer an at-home or hospital birth, Lindy will be your constant guide. Her comforting presence is there to support you throughout the entire experience. She will not rest until your baby is safe in your arms.

Although the comfort of the home may seem appealing to some expectant mothers, others feel more secure at a hospital. There you will benefit from the experience of specialist medical staff who can provide emergency services at a moment’s notice. If you choose to have your baby at a hospital, Lindy is prepared to guide you every step of the way. During the birthing process, you will be surrounded by nurses and doctors who are virtual strangers, but when you reach out, Lindy’s familiar hand will be there.

Whatever your preferred location, Lindy is by your side with practical coaching, years of expertise, and emotional support to get you through. If you’re unsure of the pros and cons of at-home versus hospital birth, talk to Lindy about your concerns. She will make certain you have all the information you need to welcome a new life into your world.

Whether this is your first birth or not, Lindy looks forward to helping you prepare and maintain your health before, during, and after your baby’s birth. Plus, she’s committed to ensuring women feel safe and respected throughout the process. Contact her to learn more or to schedule your first appointment.

Fax: (510) 649-0219
Office location: 3010 Colby Street, Suite 210, Berkeley, CA 94705.
On-site paid parking available and also parking in the neighborhood.


Learn more about your options for hospital births and more by reviewing the resources here. Lindy has collected these resources based on her experience serving parents and babies throughout the community. She has also worked with these organizations for many years. If you have any questions about these resources, don’t hesitate to ask.

Alta Bates Summit Women and Infant Center of Excellence
Alta Bates Summit Hospital is where your baby will be born. Alta Bates is a nationally recognized medical center, delivering more babies than almost all other California hospitals. With approximately 5,000 deliveries each year Alta Bates is one of the largest non-academic delivery centers in the country. Alta Bates has a Level III NICU, which means there is a wide variety of staff on-site and available 24 hours a day, including neonatologists, neonatal nurses, and respiratory therapists should your baby need any extra assistance.
Address: 2450 Ashby Avenue, Berkeley, California
Phone: 510-204-4444

Alta Bates Maternity Floor Tours
To help prepare for the logistics of your baby’s arrival and become more familiar with the hospital, please take a tour of Alta Bates ahead of time. This will also make you more comfortable when you arrive as it is not your first time on the maternity floor.
Address: Alta Bates Campus, 2450 Ashby Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94705
Phone: 510-204-4461

Berkeley Parents Network
"This website contains thousands of pages of recommendations and advice contributed by members of the Berkeley Parents Network, a parent-to-parent email network for the community of parents in the San Francisco Bay Area."


Many parents have questions and concerns about vaccines for their babies and young children. As part of her work in obstetrics services, Lindy Johnson has fielded many of these questions before; you’re welcome to speak with her about your concerns. For in-depth information from vetted sources, explore the resources listed here. Remember: the more you know, the better you can protect your child’s health

Vaccine Education Center
"The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Vaccine Education Center provides complete, up-to-date and reliable information about vaccines to parents and healthcare professionals."
Web address:
Phone: 215-590-1000

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Easy-to-read vaccine schedules listed by age range when each vaccine is recommended by the CDC.
Information Statement (Handout) on Baby’s First Vaccines