Regina Willette, CM, is a licensed midwife who has an out-of-hospital practice in the rural far north of New York State. She is in a midwife-shortage area and welcomes more midwives. If interested, e-mail her at email@example.com.
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Learn what to cover in an initial free consultation visit for first-time homebirth clients.
Read more…. The Portable Office: The Introductory Consultation Visit
This article in the homebirth midwife series focuses on the initial interview.
Read more…. The Portable Office: The Initial Phone Screen
Many decisions and much planning is required to set up a midwifery practice. This practical article helps guide you.
Read more…. The Portable Office: Setting Up Your Midwifery Practice
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A practical article on the basics for a homebirth midwife’s birth bag.
Read more…. The Portable Office: A Peek into a Midwife’s Homebirth Bag
Homebirth midwives need to be prepared for anything when doing home prenatals. Willette addresses the essential contents of a birth bag.
Read more…. The Portable Office: The Homebirth Midwife’s Prenatal Bag
This practical article covers important items that a homebirth midwife should keep in her to car so she is prepared for anything.
Read more…. The Homebirth Midwife’s Portable Office: Her Car!
Having a well-thought-out birthkit is crucial to any midwife’s practice. In this detailed article, Certified Midwife (and expert packer) Regina Willette helps you plan, pack and organize your birthkit, so you’ll arrive at your clients’ homes prepared and ready to go.
Read more…. The Well-Organized Birthkit: “How Do I Ever Fit It All In?”