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Ontario midwives practice in clinics in 100 communities across Ontario, from Attawapiskat to Windsor, Belleville to Kenora. Approximately 15% of all births in the province are attended by midwives. You don't need a referral from a doctor to have a midwife, and midwifery care is covered by the health-care system.
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News & Notices
Today, the Association of Ontario Midwives launches a new campaign to promote midwifery-attended home birth as a birth place option for Ontario families. The campaign, using a mix of radio and digital ads, aims to raise awareness and education about home birth, especially for those who may have nev…
Teresa Bandrowska, known as one of the original 60 "Michener midwives," recently celebrated her retirement from clinical practice. Long-time colleague Bobbi Soderstrom writes of the celebration, "It was a very sweet event with the group singing a song to her and presenting her with an absolutely be…
The AOM’s Indigenous Midwifery team recently visited midwife Dorothy Green and the staff at Kenhtè:ke Midwives in Tyendinaga – one of the first groups to receive funding under the new Indigenous Midwifery Program at the Ministry of Health last year. The visit was an excellent opportunity to cele…
The AOM recognizes and celebrates the work of black midwives, leaders, researchers, and activists who have strengthened Ontario health care. We recognize the vast disparities that exist in health care and provision of reproductive and perinatal care due to anti-black racism. The AOM is committed to…