AABC

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AABCAmerican Association of Birth Centers (Perkiomenville, PA)
AABCAssociated Air Balance Council
AABCAmerican Amateur Baseball Congress
AABCArchives Association of British Columbia
AABCAccrediting Association of Bible Colleges
AABCAbove and Beyond Cleaning, Inc. (Tampa, FL)
AABCAarhus Business College (Aahus, Denmark)
AABCArthur Andersen Business Consulting
AABCArchitect Accredited in Building Conservation (UK)
AABCAustralian Associated Bonsai Clubs
AABCAdaptive Absorbing Boundary Condition
AABCArkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control
AABCAustro American Bridge Club
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The Commission for the Accreditation of Birth Centers, using the standards of the American Association of Birth Centers (AABC), provides support, education, and accreditation to developing and existing birth centers.
* "a freestanding birthing center that meets the standards of the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, The Joint Commission, or the American Association of Birth Centers." (3)
These services make the Birth Center very special and helped earn it American Association of Birth Centers accreditation and the prestigious UNICEF/WHO Baby Friendly designation for superior lactation support.
American Association of Birth Centers (AABC): Believe in Normal Birth--Trust the Evidence, October 4-7, 2007.
In the absence of state licensing and regulation, the center conforms to standards of the American Association of Birth Centers, Becker said.
The PeaceHealth Nurse Midwifery Birth Center, located at 12th Avenue and Ferry Street in Eugene, is the only birth center in Oregon certified by the American Association of Birth Centers.
ACOG has consistently supported birth in a hospital; in a birthing center within a hospital complex that meets the standards of the American Academy of Pediatrics and ACOG; or in a free-standing birthing center that meets standards of the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, the Joint Commission, or the American Association of Birth Centers.
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