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Pregnancy and baby

  • Your pregnancy journey
  • Your care team
  • Childbirth education
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Certified nurse-midwives provide comprehensive gynecological and pregnancy healthcare for women.

Supporting and empowering women’s health

A certified nurse-midwife (CNM) is a healthcare provider who specializes not just in pregnancy but in comprehensive women’s care from pre-pregnancy to menopause.

What services do midwives provide, and what do we treat?

Midwives at certain Intermountain Health care sites may provide additional services. Talk to your health provider to learn more.

  • Abnormal bleeding or pain
  • Adolescent gynecology
  • Breast care
  • Breastfeeding support
  • Childbirth education
  • Fetal monitoring 
  • General gynecology
  • General women’s health
  • Labor and delivery
  • Incontinence
  • Maternity care
  • Pap smear
  • Pelvic carePersonalized birth plan
  • Postpartum care
  • Prenatal care 

Why should you choose a midwife?

Midwives provide supportive care focusing on educating and empowering you to make healthy decisions for your body. We also encourage you to ask questions and be actively involved in the care you receive.

Our midwives offer a very personalized experience and will be by your side for your entire pregnancy journey through labor, delivery, and after you give birth.

All midwives at Intermountain Health have a master's or doctorate degree and have passed a national certification exam through the American Midwifery Certification Board. We also work closely with our OB/GYN team.

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Personalized pregnancy and newborn care

If you’ve been researching birthing centers or home births, a midwife is a wonderful option to have a home-like birth experience with the comfort of hospital services should you need them.

Midwives provide comprehensive perinatal care starting before pregnancy through labor and delivery into the first phase of the postpartum period.

At Intermountain Health, our midwives deliver babies in a hospital or birth center and not at home. Our connected hospital system makes it possible for you to have more choices when it comes to your birth experience, and doctors are available to consult with our midwifery team 24 hours a day.

If your pregnancy is considered high-risk, we’ll collaborate with our OB-GYN team to determine the safest and healthiest way to manage your care.

Resources for expecting parents

Health for you and baby

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7 Misconceptions About Midwives

Midwives have been caring for women for centuries. But until the 1940s, history tells us they were generally local women with good hearts and instincts, but no formal education. Times have changed, as has the scope of midwifery practice. 


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Midwives, Myths, and the Real Story

​Mention the word “midwife” and some people still think of boiling water and birthing at home. It’s one of many common misconceptions about the modern practice of midwifery. Here are five common myths and the real story about the care nurse midwives provide for their patients.​​​​​


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