I delivered my son at Ft. Sanders and my daughter at Parkwest. Ft. Sanders wasn't horrible, but I had an epidural and didn't really challenge anything. I was much happier with Parkwest and I did get the birth I wanted there. But I also walked in the door complete and ready to push so there wasn't much time for them to push anything on me. the doctor didn't even make it in time for the birth so a nurse and surgical tech caught her.
I used the doctors at Contemporary Women's Health for that pregnancy. They were a little ultrasound happy (they wanted to do an additional ultrasound late in the 3rd trimester to "check" baby's weight and position) but they were perfectly content to not do cervical checks, let me go to 42 weeks without talking induction, and supportive of my plans for natural birth. The doctor I used, Dr. Yang, has 4 kids and had a natural birth with the last one so that she could know what it was like in order to understand her patients better. Overall I had a good experience with them.
But, I am using the birth center for this pregnancy. I didn't want to take the chance of fighting the hospital in case this labor is different. And DH isn't on board with a home birth (at this point anyway).
If you want to stay with the birth center (and it is Lisa Ross), definitely see if your insurance will cover St. Mary's for the delivery. I've heard good things about that hospital and I've had a couple of friends who have delivered there with the midwives and have had good births.