In Central Alberta, Prairie Midwives aims to “deliver” the best care possible for all pregnant women* and their families. By focusing on a culture of relationship, connection, collaboration, and choice, we help you create and nurture a safe and meaningful experience throughout pregnancy, birth, and the postpartum period.
*We use the term ‘women’ in our mission and throughout some of our values work. We define women as women-identified, femme-presenting, two-spirited, genderqueer, trans-inclusive, gender-non-conforming, androgynous, agender, intersex, bigender, gender questioning, gender fluid, butch, non-binary, queer positive or any person that would like to be included in this definition.
Thank you to Bebo Mia Inc for the creation of the above. We couldn’t word it any better ourselves and are grateful to them for allowing us to use it here.
Our team of caring, highly trained midwives
Jenn Bindon BScN, RM
Shenana Woodland RM
Tina Henry RM
Kayla Blinkhorn BScN, RM
Melissa Roberts BSc, RM
Bayli Law BSc, RM
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The Prairie Midwives live and work between the Treaty 6 territory to the North of the Red Deer River and Treaty 7 to the South of the Red Deer River. These are traditional Territories of the Niisitapi (Blackfoot), (including the Siksika, the Piikuni, and the Kainai Peoples) the Tsuut’ina, Stoney Nakoda, Cree, Saulteaux, and Metis peoples. We would like to acknowledge the City of Red Deer as a historic Metis gathering site.