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About Midwifery

Midwifery is an important part of maternal services within Saskatoon Health Region.

Midwifery care is based on a respect for pregnancy as a state of health, and childbirth as a normal life process. Every child-bearing family has a right to a safe, satisfying maternity experience with respect for human dignity and cultural variety.

A midwife:

  • is a health-care professional who has specialized education in midwifery and is registered and liscensed with the Saskatchewan College of Midwives.
  • Works with a pregnant woman and her family to provide care and support during pregnancy, labour, birth and the six weeks after the baby is born.
  • Is an expert in normal pregnancy, birth and for six weeks after birth.
  • Collaborates with doctors, nurses, alternative/complimentary therapists, pharmacists, lab and ultrasound technicians and others to provide the best care possible for the woman, her baby and her family.

To access Saskatoon Health Region's Midwifery Service, please call our office at 306-655-7533.



Last Modified: Monday, May 15, 2017 |
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