Certified Nurse Midwives are in demand because they care for patients women holistically and fill an increasing demand for out-of-hospital birth scenarios.
You’ll confirm the pregnancy, monitor fetal development and test for congenital diseases.
You’ll teach patients about family planning and contraception.
You’ll assist and make sure everything goes smoothly as you deliver the baby.
You’ll help mothers after the birth with everything from breastfeeding to newborn care.
You’ll perform health screenings, educate women on sexual behaviors and menopause, and treat gynecological disorders.
- Outpatient facilities
- Patients’ homes
Get Certified in Nursing Midwifery through the American Midwifery Certification Board.
You’re ready to work as a Certified Nurse Midwife.
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