What is a Licensed Midwife?
Licensed Midwives are “experts” in healthy, natural pregnancy and childbirth. Individualized care, education and guidance support good health habits for mothers and families. Midwives care for women in a variety of settings including home, birth centers and clinics.
Midwives Provide Safe, Effective Maternity Care
Midwives Model of Care
This woman-centered model has been proven to reduce birth injury, trauma and cesarean section.
What is a certified Professional Midwife (CPM)?
A Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) is an independent practitioner who has met the standards for certification set by the North American Registry of Midwives (NARM) and is qualified to provide the Midwives Model of Care. The NARM certification process recognizes multiple routes of entry into midwifery and includes verification of knowledge and skills and the successful completion of both a Written Examination and Skills Assessment. The CPM credential requires training in out-of-hospital settings.
If you are interested in midwifery services with Connie, contact her at 561-330-0993 or you may send her an email.
Please note, Connie only accepts a limited number of clients each month, so contact her early in your pregnancy.