Texas Health Nurse Midwife Care | Midwife Care in Fort Worth
About Us
You can depend on Texas Health Nurse Midwife Care to deliver compassionate care at each of life’s stages.
  • Practice Model of Care

    We practice according to the American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM) “Standards of Practice”, “Code of Ethics for Certified Nurse-Midwives”, “Philosophy of the American College of Nurse-Midwives”, and other formal protocols. Nurse-midwifery management has been proven to be clinically safe and competent while providing the support necessary to make the childbirth experience more rewarding and satisfying for women. This philosophy extends to the care of women throughout the life cycle.

  • What Is A Certified Nurse-Midwife?

    The word midwife has been used for centuries to describe a woman who is “with women” at birth. A midwife was traditionally an older female in the family or the community. Today, the individuals who hold that title are highly educated professionals who work independently and collaboratively with physicians and other members of the health care team. A certified nurse-midwife (CNM) is an individual educated in the two disciplines of nursing and midwifery, and possess evidence of certification according to the requirements of the American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM, 1987). Nurse – midwifery practice is the independent management of women’s health care, focusing particularly on pregnancy and gynecological needs of well women. The CNM practices within a health care system that provides for consultation, collaborative management or referral as indicated by the health status of the client. CNMs practice in accord with the “Standards for the Practice of Nurse-Midwifery,” as defined by the American College of Nurse-Midwives. The number of births attended by nurse-midwives in the state of Texas has risen each year. As parents experience the benefits of midwifery care, this trend will continue.

  • Our Mission

    As nurse-midwives and long-term providers of women’s health care, we believe that every woman is entitled to comprehensive, community-oriented health care in a setting that supports cultural variations and fosters the dignity of each individual. We view the components of healthcare to include the emotional, spiritual and physical needs of the individual. Pregnancy and childbirth are viewed as normal life processes and every woman should be allowed to actively participate in the decision-making and planning of her care.

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Our Services
We are dedicated to addressing each woman’s unique health care needs through personalized obstetrical and gynecological care.
  • Labor and Delivery

    Since 2005, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth has partnered with our group to support the women we serve. The nurses at Texas Heath Fort Worth understand that pregnancy is a natural process and believe that every woman deserves a safe and satisfying birth experience. We believe that birthing in the hospital provides the best of both worlds. While having low or no intervention options, patients also have the availability of emergent resources, including a Level 3 NICU.

  • Obstetrics and Gynecology
    • Annual Physical Exam
    • Menopausal Care
    • Adolescent Health Education and Exams
    • Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention and Evaluation
    • Pelvic Health and Wellness

  • Prenatal and Reproductive Care
    • Contraception Counseling
    • Preconception Care
    • Prenatal Care

  • Birth Plan Preference

    During the course of your prenatal care, we encourage you to discuss with the midwife your desires for your labor and delivery experience. We encourage you to develop a birth plan to be reviewed at a visit and provided to the hospital staff when you present for delivery. Having a birth plan facilitates continuity amongst your entire care team.

    Additionally, many of our patients have a support person or doula for their labor, which we always welcome. If you are interested in more information on the benefits of doulas, or how to contact a doula, please bring this up with the midwife.

    Some patients desire to have their other children present for the birth of the baby. Children and siblings are invited as long as they are supervised by another adult at all times.

  • Birthing Services

    Natural Birthing Services

    We off services that will aide in the natural birthing process including:

    • Intermittent Monitoring
    • Ambulation during Labor
    • Birthing Balls
    • Breathing Techniques
    • Hydrotherapy such as Water Birth or Shower
    • Music (you must bring)
    • Doulas Welcome
    • Postpartum Herbal Bath

    Assisted Birthing Services

    We also provide assisted birthing services including epidurals, oral and IV medication and nitrous oxide

    Vaginal Birth After Cesarean

    The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists states that attempted a vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) is a safe and appropriate choice for most women who have had a prior cesarean delivery, including for some women who have had two previous cesareans. If you would like to be considered as a candidate for trial of labor after a previous cesarean section, please discuss with your midwife.

    Scheduled Repeat Cesarean

    With the aid of Texas Health Harris Methodist Fort Worth, we offer Family Centered Cesarean Section. Please ask us for more information at a visit and what this includes.

    Mother-Baby Bonding

    We provide delayed cord clamping and skin to skin bonding immediately once the infant has been delivered and stable. In collaboration with a pediatrician on the medical staff, we also provide pediatric care during your hospital stay which includes all newborn testing.

  • Postpartum Care

    We provide care during your postpartum period and traditionally see you in the office at 2 and 6 weeks postpartum.

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Conditions We Treat
We offer a full range of obstetrical and gynecological services for comprehensive care at every stage of life.
  • General Conditions
    • Abnormal Pap Smears
    • Cervical Dysplasia
    • Endometriosis
    • Fibroids and Polyps
    • Heavy or Abnormal Bleeding
    • Incontinence and Leaking
    • Infertility
    • Libido Issues
    • Menopause Issues
    • Menorrhagia
    • Ovarian Cysts
    • Pelvic Pain
    • Premenstrual Syndrome
    • Sexual Dysfunction
    • Vaginal Infections

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Patient Resources

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