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Facts And Stats

“As a midwife, I am immersed in Oxytocin day and night.” — Robin Lim

Birth Outcome Statistics

2012-2022
387
Total Number of Births
35
Total Transports During Labor
13
- Prolonged Labor
4
- Late Decels In 2nd Stage
10
- Pre-Term Labor
6
- Non-Reassuring Fetal Heart Tones
2
- Breech Position
9
Total Post Partum Transports
4
- Laceration Repair
2
- Late Postpartum Hemorrhage
2
- Retained Placenta
1
- Retained Membranes
10
Total Newborn Transports
9
Respiratory Distress
1
Humerus Fracture
19
Caesarean Births
25
Successful VBACs
29
Total Attempted VBACs

What is a CPM?

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A Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) is a knowledgeable, skilled and independent midwifery practitioner who has met the standards for certification set by the North American Registry of Midwives (NARM).

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A CPM is the only international credential that requires knowledge about and experience in out-of-hospital birth.  

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A CPM is trained and credentialed to offer expert care and support to women and their babies for pregnancy, birth and the postpartum period.  

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A CPM practices as autonomous health professional, working within a network of other maternity care professionals, who can provide consultation and collaboration when needed.

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A CPM works with women to promote a healthy pregnancy by providing education and helping them make informed decisions regarding their care.

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