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Nurse-Midwifery Care

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Lifelong Women’s Healthcare

The certified nurse-midwives at Shenandoah Women’s Healthcare are experts in women’s health. They care for women at every stage of life, from adolescence to menopause and beyond.

Midwives believe in empowering women to make their own healthcare decisions by providing support and educating them about their options. We respect the power of women’s bodies.

Our mission is to provide compassionate, professional, personalized care to meet the individual needs of each patient, with a focus on:

  • Building lasting healthcare partnerships
  • Providing you with resources and health education
  • A holistic approach to women’s healthcare

Working with a Nurse-Midwife

Pregnancy care is an important part of what nurse-midwives do, but you don’t need to be pregnant to see one. Just a few of the services our certified nurse-midwives provide are:

Are you interested in visiting a certified nurse-midwife?

Call Shenandoah Women’s Healthcare today to learn more.

(540) 438-1314

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Frequently Asked Questions

How are nurse-midwives different than physicians?
Nurse-midwives and obstetricians (physicians) are both equally qualified to provide care throughout pregnancy and birth. Aside from their different educational backgrounds, nurse-midwives are trained holistically in all things related to pregnancy and women’s health, but don’t perform C-sections or other major surgeries. Nurse-midwives also provide a Centering Pregnancy treatment option that physicians do not as an alternative to traditional individual visits.

However, at Shenandoah Women’s Healthcare, all our practitioners work collaboratively, so if you need a C-section, your nurse-midwife can continue to treat you with the assistance of a physician.

What is a “certified” nurse-midwife?
A certified nurse-midwife (CNM) is an advanced practice registered nurse in nurse midwifery. A CNM has an advanced degree and must pass a series of exams to receive the certification. A certified nurse-midwife has extensive knowledge of pregnancy, birthing, and overall women’s healthcare.

See What our Patients are Saying

I love being a patient at Shenandoah Women’s Health Care! All the doctors took my every concern and questions seriously.

I’d recommend Shenandoah Women’s Health Care to anyone I know because the provide the greatest care to their patients!

Lee Ann Simmons
The midwives at SWHC make the yearly visit many women dread as friendly, nurturing, and painless as it could be.

I would highly recommend them to any young woman who is looking for a health care provider who will listen to her concerns and questions without pressure or judgment.

Naomi Hoffmeyer

Get in touch

Are you ready to schedule a consultation to help determine if a nurse-midwife is a good fit for you?
Call (540) 438-1314 to schedule an appointment or request more information about how we can help you.

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