Mobile: 021 229 2954
Hello! Congratulations on your pregnancy!
Regardless of who you choose to make this journey, you need to feel supported, informed and understood. Most pregnancies and births are usually straightforward – should complications occur then it’s my job to refer you through to the right people for the right reason – it’s also nice to know someone is supporting you along the way.
My practice is research-based – using NZCOM guidelines for practice, current evidence-based documentation. I work with other experienced midwives, and specialists as necessary, to make sure you are safe, the baby is well, and dads are happy too. You can choose to have your baby at home, birthing unit or in the hospital, wherever you decide.
My aims as a midwife include:
- Making it a special and enjoyable time in your life, including partners and extended family members.
- Listening to your needs.
- Reducing your stress and helping you to solve your concerns.
- Working together to provide a completely safe environment for both you and your baby.
- Giving you the best possible care according to your needs.
- Navigating you safely through your pregnancy, birth and postnatal period using my 16 years of knowledge.
- Having a laugh and a giggle on the way!
Good luck on your journey, see you soon...
Mobile: 022 080 9182
Welcome to Papamoa Midwives and Congratulations on your pregnancy!
My belief as a mother and a midwife is that pregnancy is a normal life event.
It is my job to ensure the health of you and your baby, valuing the physical, nutritional, spiritual, cultural and lifestyle factors that impact on your pregnancy.
You will be supported and feel confident through your pregnancy, which will help you create a strong mind in approaching your labour. I will work in partnership with you, your family, other experienced midwives and specialists (if required) to ensure a well mum and baby.
My responsibilities as your midwife would include:
- Listening to your needs give you the best possible care according to your needs throughout the pregnancy.
- Ensure you are able to make informed decisions by providing you with the tools necessary.
- Provide full Antenatal Care.
- Provide full Postnatal Care at hospital and home.
- Breastfeeding guidance and support
- Be available 24/7 for labours or emergency care while on call.
In order to provide quality care for you and spend time with my family, I have alternate weekends off. During this time, another experienced midwife will be available.
If you have any questions please call me. I look forward to meeting you and your family.
Mobile: 027 859 4401
I believe birth is a normal process and my job is to provide you with information to make informed choices and decisions. However, I do understand complications can arise. If this happens, I work with other health professionals to provide safe care for you and your baby. I usually support women to birth at home or the birthing centre but am happy to support women who choose to birth at the hospital.
Mobile: 027 433 5384
I believe in woman-centred care, and that each woman is entitled to a non-judgmental, nurturing environment to give birth. Being a midwife allows me to provide safe, effective care, education and support to women in their childbearing year. I am honest, passionate, enthusiastic, an exceptional communicator and a dedicated midwife who is committed to providing excellent midwifery care and education to women and their family/whanau.
Mobile: 021 234 3438
Kia Ora and Congratulations.
I view pregnancy and birth as normal life events and feel privileged to be able to share this special time with women and their families. My aim as your midwife is to build a trusting partnership with you and work alongside you and your family to provide a service which is supportive, safe and respectful. As a midwife, I specialise in normal birth and pregnancy.
Mobile: 021 114 5291
Congratulations on your pregnancy!
I qualified as a midwife in the UK in 2004 and moved to the beautiful Bay of Plenty in 2011. I am a mother to two wonderful children. My Philosophy is that for most women pregnancy and childbirth is a normal, yet unique life event. My role as a midwife is to work in partnership with women and their families to ensure a positive pregnancy, birth and postnatal experience.
I will be the midwife who you see for your first few visits until you have arranged your midwife for the rest of your journey. I have been a midwife for 10 years; in the past working in the community, at the hospital and the birthing centre. I run Maternal Serenity as I am a lactation consultant also. I will be here to answer questions and greet you when you come in for your visits.
Welcome to Papamoa Midwives.