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In 1923, a nurse midwife named Mary Breckenridge rode on horseback and mules to assess health care needs in southeastern Kentucky.
I wanted to be a nurse midwife ever since I found out about midwifery.
The court observed in a footnote to its opinion that the parties had stipulated that Goslin "advises that she is not a certified nurse midwife licensed by the Commonwealth.
Michele Peters-Carr is a certified nurse midwife at the PeaceHealth Nurse Midwifery Birth Center in Eugene.
All of which makes pre-pregnancy planning important, says Michelle Collins, CNM, a certified nurse midwife and clinical faculty member at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN.
Moore, whose baby is due in June, turned to Kia Winlock, a certified nurse midwife at UCLA Medical Center.
The court held, inter alia, that a physician who authorizes the use of Pitocin during the delivery of a child has "delivered" obstetrical services even if he or she is not present in the delivery room The court noted that to establish a claim, the claimant must prove that a newborn's injury is a "birth-related neurological injury," and that obstetrical services were delivered by a participating physician in the course of labor, delivery, or resuscitation in the immediate post-delivery period in a hospital; or by a certified nurse midwife in a teaching hospital supervised by a participating physician in the course of labor, delivery, or resuscitation in the immediate post-delivery period in a hospital.

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