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Guest blog - Jenny Clarke "Busy midwives"

Thank you Jenny for sharing such an insightful and informative blog. It’s one of the best blogs I’ve had the pleasure of reading and give us a insight into the daily life of a midwife and the amazing work our health staff do.   900 more words

Midwife Kyanna Kuntz, in her own words...

“I’m from Overland Park, Kan., originally. I believe women should be treated with respect and dignity at all times but especially during sensitive exams including pelvic and well woman exams. 246 more words


Midwife LTC Amanda Forristal, in her own words...

“I am from Rock Creek, Ohio. I enjoy promoting health and being a midwife allows me to do that. At the time I was the Head Nurse of an ambulatory surgical unit and very administrative, I missed bedside nursing. 162 more words


Midwife Jessica Kramer, in her own words...

“I grew up in Martinsville, Va. I moved to Kansas in 2001 and have been here ever since.”

“I have always been interested in women’s health and the birth process, it always fascinated me and my interest grew from there. 213 more words


She Started It All!

The evening in question happened some time in January 2008. The Laning couple had just spent a weekend away from each other doing their various social justice work. 2,517 more words


Midwife Sally Prickett, in her own words...

“I grew up in West Newton, Mass. Met my loving and supportive husband while we were both stationed at Ft Leavenworth. We had three wonderful boys that have grown up to be wonderful persons in their own right. 354 more words


Midwife Mary Ellen Raymond, in her words...

“I’m a New York native, but my husband and I just retired to Leavenworth Kansas.”

“I decided to become a midwife after working for many years as a labor and delivery nurse. 85 more words