About Us

Having a baby is a wonderful and empowering experience.

Genesis Maternity Clinic was founded in 2009 and our beautiful clinic is nestled in the leafy green suburb of Saxonwold, Johannesburg.  The clinic offers professional and supportive maternity care throughout your pregnancy and the birth of your baby. We accept both private and medical aid patients. 

Our philosophy

By offering informed choices, we believe mothers and their partners are empowered, encouraged, and transformed to parents who are equipped to give their baby the very best start in life. Family-centred and intimate, Genesis Maternity Clinic offers exceptional midwifery care for you, your partner and your baby.

Would you like to read how to start your antenatal care at Genesis Maternity Clinic, then please read the Genesis Maternity Clinic ~ Information Letter 2019 here.


Genesis Maternity Clinic is the only Private Clinic in Gauteng that has official ‘Mother-and-Baby-Friendly’ status.

Genesis Clinic is now the only private hospital in Gauteng to be designated a Mother-and-Baby-Friendly maternity facility, giving it the WHO’s and UNICEF’s global stamp of approval for its safe birthing practices, and its support and promotion of breastfeeding.

 Based on a vast quantity of global research, WHO and UNICEF have declared that natural birth is the safest for both mom and baby, which is a significant reassurance for our clients. Genesis Clinic has achieved its Mother-Friendly status thanks to its pro-mom labour and birthing practices.This means giving mom unrestricted access to birthing companions, encouraging her to eat and drink during labour, and giving her the freedom to walk and move about, as well as assume whichever position feels most natural to her for the birth, provided there are no complications. For the Baby-Friendly part of its accreditation, Genesis Clinic adheres to 10 steps for supporting and maintaining successful breastfeeding and skin-to-skin. All of which means happy, and most importantly, healthy babies and moms, and a big thumbs-up from WHO and UNICEF.