Celebrate National Midwifery Week

National Midwifery Week was created by The American College of Nurse-Midwives states (ACNM) to celebrate and recognize midwives and midwife-led care. Southern Crescent Women’s Healthcare celebrates the midwifery services that we are able to deliver every day! Thanks to our Certified Nurse Midwives who work closely with our Physicians, we are able to provide safe and comprehensive pregnancy, birth, and postpartum care for mothers and their babies.

Spread the word for #MidwivesMakingStrides for women and families!

We celebrate midwives for all the work they do to provide care for women and are so proud and appreciative of Southern Crescent Women’s HealthCare’s Certified Nurse Midwives!

We’ve been offering professional midwifery services for years. Our Certified Nurse Midwives provide individualized care in an intimate, family-centered, and compassionate environment. They work closely with our physicians to provide safe and comprehensive pregnancy, birth, and postpartum care for mothers and their babies.

Happy National Midwifery Week! To our Certified Nurse Midwives at Southern Crescent Women’s HealthCare – thank you!

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