The word “midwifery” means with women.

This is the foundation of the midwifery model of care. Certified Nurse-Midwives partner alongside women and their families during pregnancy; watching out for complications, educating, coaching and supporting women as they do this challenging work.  The midwifery philosophy of care centers on the belief that pregnancy is a normal event, happening within the life of a woman and her family, rather than being a medical condition. Women are designed to do the work of pregnancy and birth, and we consider the process normal until proven otherwise.  The training of a Nurse-Midwife enables her to prescribe medications and interventions when needed. The Certified Nurse Midwives specializes in normal pregnancy and birth, however, consultation, co-management and referral to physician care is always available should an increased risk situation occur. Certified Nurse Midwives also attend to general “well-women” needs throughout the life cycle starting with adolescence though menopause.  This includes (but not limited to) yearly physical exams including pap/pelvic, breast exams, family planning needs, health counseling and minor illnesses (urinary tract infections, etc.)

Meet Our Team of Providers

Monika Fealko
M.D.
Aileen King
M.D.
Jacqueline Maybach
M.D.
Suzanne Rice
M.D.
Jennifer Hudson
D.O.
Georgianna Ainslie
DNP, CNM
Cortney Fields
CNM
Kathleen Anneke
PA-C
Lori Ruman
CRNP, NP-C
Velma Seabolt
CRNP
Jennifer Newman
WHNP
Julie Stevens
CRNP