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Hi, My name is Meghan. I live in Colorado Springs, Co. I am in my assist phase and would love to come learn and be a part of your practice! I am CPR, AED and NRP certified. I am a LLL leader, a doula, and a childbirth educator. I am excited and ready to learn.
Midwife Staff with Uplifting Women’s Wellness Uplifting Women’s Wellness is the first of many community centers across the United States. We have been working on a large-scale maternity care system reform that community-based midwifery and our greater healthcare system will work more integrally with each other so midwifery can become mainstream again. There are many aspects of our larger project to break down barriers that exist for midwifery to thrive. We are opening a midwifery school, creating a nationwide physician collaboration network, birth center coalition of national resources like educational trainers, accountants, billers, lawyers, marketers, business consultants, and financial planners. We will be completely changing our maternity care system and looking for great people to join our mission and vision. Uplifting Women’s Wellness is a brand-new clinic that will have services from many different alternative service lines including midwifery, chiropractics, acupuncture, massage therapy, infusion therapies, lactation consultants, doulas, educators, and pelvic floor therapists. The adjacent freestanding birth center is almost finished with construction and will start providing births to the area in January 2024. We will be the first accredited birth center in state of Michigan with this site closely working with our midwifery school to train the next generation of midwives for our future centers. Summary Oversees women’s health care including full scope maternity care at freestanding birthing center, women’s health clinic, newborn, and lactation services at Uplifting Women’s Wellness (UWW) in accordance with the guidelines of the American College of Nurse-Midwives, North American Registry of Midwives, the Commission for the Accreditation of Birth Centers, American College of Obstetricians and Gynegologists, and Michigan state regulations. Job Classification Uplifting Women’s Wellness, alternative friendly women’s health clinic where autonomous midwives have privileges at adjacent freestanding birth center, Farmington Birth Center, in Farmington, Michigan is looking for a Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM) or Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) to join our team that has a STRONG background and passion for community based midwifery. This position works in a collaborative manner with other healthcare providers in a clinical environment and delivers at the women’s health clinic and birth center. We strive to provide comprehensive alternative friendly midwifery care to women in all stages of women’s health care needs including preconception, pregnancy, and beyond. The ideal candidate will be of a compassionate nature who enjoys working with women from diverse backgrounds from teenage years through menopause. Requires excellent communication skills and the ability to listen to clients with empathy and understanding. Our independent midwives will collaborate as needed with local hospitals and healthcare providers to provide optimal health outcomes. Qualifications Board Certification by professional board (AMBC or NARM certification) MI APRN or CPM (NP, CNM, LM, etc) license Preference two years of experience to practice in community setting preferred —including out-of-hospital / birth center experience (will take new graduates or hospital-based midwives if strong experience background and passion towards physiological midwifery services) Knowledge. Skills, and Abilities Competency in the practice of midwifery within the limits of the specialty Acceptance of principles of community health care, including but not limited to: Commitment to practices of health promotion and disease prevention Commitment to client and midwifery autonomy Willing to work on the tasks that are outside the job description in order to accomplish the goals of UWW Respects co-workers and treats them with courtesy and professionalism Advocates for full practice authority for advanced practice nurses and midwives at the local, state, and national levels Advocates increasing access to freestanding birth center care until all low-risk pregnant people who desire this model of care have access to Essential Functions Clinical Provide full scope midwifery services in accordance within providers’ job descriptions and area of expertise Maintains a regular clinical schedule and provides clinical care to clients within scope of practice Provides birth center coverage as needed in order to maintain client’s safety Maintain dedication to serving all clients with a helpful, friendly and respectful attitude embodied in the philosophy that “the client comes first.” Protocols Assist with development and revision of Clinical Practice Guidelines within areas of responsibility and offering expertise to other service lines within the organization as needed annually Assist with initial accreditation and maintenance compliance with the Commission for the Accreditation of Birth Centers (CABC) indicators Assist with quality protocol implementation measures of the new practice Education Provide a supportive environment that is conducive to a positive educational experience for midwifery, nursing, and medical students Oversee client education—including revision of documents listing local educational resources for clients regularly Seek out opportunities to participate in the education of the midwifery and medical community Cultivate an environment of ongoing professional learning, including continuing education for clinical staff to assure compliance with licensing requirements and evidence-based, up-to-date care within area of responsibility. In partnership with the billing staff ensure ongoing, annual and as needed coding and billing training of all clinical staff within areas of responsibility Quality Assurance Assist with develop and implement a quality assurance program with annual compilation of practice statistics within areas of responsibility Assist with establishing appropriate systems to assure the quality of client care through chart review, participation in statewide peer review and utilization of quality management principles Participate in sentinel event review process and root cause analysis as outlined in the CABC indicators Participate in the continual improvement of collaboration with the surrounding hospitals and providers Serve as a resource to the birth center and women’s health clinic by participating in and providing contemporary in-service education that facilitates increased teamwork and maintains a comprehensive alternative approach to the delivery of healthcare services Development and Planning Plan and participate in activities designed to enhance public awareness of UWW Participate in selected local, state, and national organizations that affect advanced practice nursing and midwifery practice (i.e., ACNM, NARM, NCACNM, and AABC) Liaison Assist in establishing and maintaining productive working relationships with the primary care director, collaborating physician, other consultants and additional care providers Participate in client group meetings as necessary Serve as consultant to outside agencies regarding advanced practice nursing, midwifery, and birth centers All UWW Employees are expected to adhere to the following organizational values: Integrity: Our decisions, actions, and behaviors are based on honesty, trust, fairness, and the highest ethical standards. Kindness: We are friendly, generous, and considerate of others. We provide honest feedback in an effort to help others. Respect: We embrace the differences among people. We listen, acknowledge, and are thoughtful towards others. Stewardship: We maximize the resources entrusted to us to deliver a positive return. Advocacy: We actively support causes that are important to us, the clients that we serve, and the work that we do. Physical Demands Certain jobs at UWW may include essential job functions that require specific physical and/or mental abilities. Additional information and provision for requests for reasonable accommodation will be provided by each hiring department. Work Environment The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of the position. All employees may have other duties assigned at any time.
Hi Midwives (or close to becoming midwives), we are looking to hire! Job Title: Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) or Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM) Company: Hill Country Birth & Wellness Location: Burnet, TX Salary is dependent on experience. Relocation expense considered for the right candidate. About Us: HCBW is a renowned midwifery and wellness practice dedicated to providing exceptional care and support to expectant mothers and families. Our experienced midwives are committed to delivering personalized and compassionate care throughout the entire childbearing journey. We pride ourselves on our strong sense of community and commitment to promoting safe and satisfying birthing experiences. Job Description: We are currently seeking a Certified Professional Midwife (CPM), an experienced CPM candidate in the final stages of apprenticeship, or Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM) to join our dynamic team. As a midwife at HCBW, you will have the opportunity to work in a collaborative, supportive, and fulfilling environment that values both your professional growth and personal well-being. HCBW offers both a home and birth center option. Key Responsibilities: ● Provide comprehensive prenatal, labor, birth, and postpartum care to clients. ● Collaborate effectively with our team of midwives to ensure continuity of care. ● Educate and empower clients to make informed decisions about their birthing experience. ● Participate in on-call rotation within our group practice ● Maintain accurate medical records and documentation. ● Contribute to the growth and development of our practice through active engagement in community events and outreach. Qualifications: ● Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) or Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM) with a valid license. ● Experienced CPM candidates in final stages of apprenticeship encouraged to apply (date of receiving TX license would be date of hire as a staff midwife with HCBW) ● A commitment to providing evidence-based, patient-centered care. ● Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. ● Ability to work effectively within a team and in a shared-call environment. ● Strong organizational and documentation skills. ● A passion for supporting families through the childbirth process. Benefits: ● Competitive salary. ● Relocation expense contribution option. ● Excellent rotating call schedule to ensure dedicated time off call. ● Opportunities for professional development and continuing education. ● A supportive and collaborative team environment. ● The chance to make a meaningful impact on the lives of families in your community. How to Apply: Interested candidates are invited to submit their cover letter and resume to Ashley at Ashley@hillcountrybirthcenter.org. Please include “Midwife Application – [Your Name]” in the subject line. Job Type: Full-time Salary: $50k+ per year, based on experience Benefits: Health insurance stipend Paid time off Professional development assistance Work setting: Birth center Clinic In-home Ability to commute/relocate: Burnet, TX: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required) Work Location: In person
San Diego Midwife in Encinitas, CA is now taking applications for a midwifery student. This is a home birth practice with about 4-6 births per month. Looking for Someone who is: In their first or second year of midwifery school Enrolled in a MEAC accredited school NRP/CPR Certified Lives within 30 minutes from Encinitas Able to attend clinic, home visits, and be on call for births Those who fit criteria and seriously interested can email resumes to: email@example.com
Job Description – Certified Licensed Midwife Reports to: Director Overview Alba Birth Center is an independently owned and operated free-standing birth center in Menasha, Wisconsin. Founded in 2009 and under new ownership in 2018, Alba Birth Center has been reinvented with a fully renovated, luxury birth center. At Alba Birth Center, welcoming babies according to our patients specific needs and comfort is what we bring to life. Our Midwifery Model of Care allows our patients to have full confidence in their pregnancy journey. We are committed to elevating our patients’ care by understanding their choices, providing education and classes, cherishing the “Golden Hour” for mother and baby, and providing full lactation support into postpartum. Our team of maternity experts are there to embrace and guide our patients on their journey while empowering their choices and delivering expert care. We are looking to add a Midwife to our compassionate and dedicated team. Our team is focused on providing only the highest level of midwifery care to our community. To do so, we foster a positive team culture built on respect, collaboration, trust and excellence. Position Summary As a Certified Licensed Midwife at Alba Birth Center, you will provide full-scope midwifery care during pregnancy, labor and delivery through six weeks postpartum. Position Details Work two full clinic days in the birth center providing maternity care Work a rotating on-call schedule Act in a preceptor role for Student Midwives Complete consultations with prospective patients during clinic days Attend weekly Team Meeting and Clinical Review Participate in monthly skills day and ongoing trainings as required Position Responsibilities Act as primary midwife throughout course of labor and delivery – monitors the baby’s condition, administer interventions as required by law and with patient or parental informed consent Communicate effectively with patients during and between appointments to ensure questions are answered and concerns are addressed Perform venipuncture for routine OB labs and review lab results Monitor fetal growth and maternal health Perform low-intervention techniques to induce labor or relieve pain during labor Consult or engage medical doctors or specialists as needed during pregnancy or childbirth If patient transfer is necessary, transfer with patients to the hospital and stay for the remainder of labor and delivery Provide immediate postpartum care and ongoing assessment of mother-baby two to four hours postpartum, upon discharge from birth center and at 24 hour visit Provide breastfeeding assessment, support and assistance postpartum Provide verbal and written education and counseling to patients, families, and caregivers Maintain patient records necessary for clinic reporting, billing, and quality improvement Provide positive emotional support to patients and their family members during pregnancy, birth and postpartum Provide telehealth or elements of virtual care, as needed Attend scheduled meetings as specified in policy and/or requested by leadership Complete required charting or clinical documentation within 24 hours of patient encounter Experience & Education Requirements Board certified Professional Midwife and current active Midwifery license the state of Wisconsin Successful completion of a midwifery educational program approved by NARM Approved NARM Preceptor 1-3 years experience as a Certified Licensed Midwife, preferred but new graduates are encouraged to apply NRP and CPR/BLS certified Location Requirements Must be located or willing to relocate within 30 minutes of the birth center Physical Requirements Ability to move freely (standing, stooping, walking, bending, pushing, and pulling) and lift up to a maximum of fifty (50) pounds without assistance Job classification is exposed to blood borne pathogens (blood or bodily fluids) while performing job duties Manual dexterity and hand-eye coordination to perform patient care procedures If this sounds like the right place for you, please submit your cover letter and resume to our Director, Aubrey Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am an NBDA trained Birth Doula and new Student Midwife in Rowlett, Texas looking to start my apprenticeship. Looking for a preceptor in the Dallas area who services the surrounding areas. I feel called into the community of Birth Workers to be able to serve & uplift: women of color, women of teen pregnancy, and same sex couples. While I currently have little to no Birth Experience, I have supported many women through their pregnancies for the last 2 years and I am eager to transition into the birthing space, to learn and grow within that environment and sector of care. I’m a fast visual & kinesthetic learner, and I am ready to jump in wherever I am needed. I heavily support holistic healthcare and hope to learn how to implement in the most beneficial ways within this field of work.
The Addice Birth Center is an evidenced based modern birth center hiring a part time and/or full time staff midwife for a 3 month contract from January 2024-March 2024.We are located in The Woodlands, TX. We are a joint CNM and CPM practice and value our collaboration together to give the patients a full spectrum of experience and individualized holistic care. The Addice staff midwife works with all staff midwives and the clinical director to devise a care plan for each patient. Provides full prenatal, intrapartum, postpartum, and newborn care. There are clinic and call schedule requirements of the staff midwife. If interested please send your cover letter and resume to email@example.com. CPM MEAC or PEP certification acceptable. Would need Texas License for both CPM or CNM by time of contract starting.
To see full job description go to: Employment Opportunities at NMI For the application go to: Job Application – Clinical Director at NMI Duties & Responsibilities The Clinical Director is responsible for the overall execution of the clinical department at NMI. The Clinical Director is accountable for the management, organization, administration, and execution of the clinical component of NMI for both students and preceptors, and ensures continued compliance with MEAC accreditation. This role is the primary point of contact for monitoring NMI student clinical progress and overseeing supervision and evaluation of student learning in the clinical setting. This individual holds leadership and oversight responsibilities in the following areas: 1) Administration of clinical program for NMI; 2) Preceptor Support and Supervision; 3) Student support and supervision specific to clinical learning.
We are looking for an LM/CPM to join our growing birth center in New Orleans. New midwife considered, as well as travel midwife for the Fall. Birth center and home birth practice, kind and caring staff. Louisiana is in desperate need of midwives. Join us as we work to increase options for birthing mothers in the South.
Eastside Birth Center, PS is an S-Corporation located in Bellevue, WA. The State of Washington has a total population of approximately 7.7 million. ESBC is situated in Seattle-Bellevue-Tacoma Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). This MSA comprises a population of approximately 4 million people, offering a significant market potential for ESBC’s services. Bellevue, where the practice is located, is a prominent city within the MSA and is recognized for its high standard of living and access to quality healthcare facilities. The practice was established in 1997 by Christine M. Thain, LM, CPM. ESBC focuses on providing personalized and holistic prenatal, birthing and postnatal care to expectant mothers, including midwifery and birthing services. ESBC has distinguished itself by establishing personal relationships with clients and delivering exception care but also with the local health professionals. ESBC was chosen to lead the ‘Smooth Transitions’ program at Overlake Hospital connecting the midwives in the community with the hospital. ESBC benefits from access to major freeways and arterials. The Practice is positioned near well-connected routes such as Interstate 405 and State Route 520 and is near Overlake Hospital. In conclusion, the Bellevue area presents a favorable business environment for ESBC. The population and demographics, convenient transportation access, and strong local economy make Bellevue an attractive market for this type of business. If interested please contact Christine M. Thain, LM CPM for copy of Opinion of Value provided by Private Practice Transitions, Inc.
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