Vicki Ziemer spent 15 years as an RN in Labor & Delivery. She didn't know that there were still midwives until one of the nurses brought a copy of Spiritual Midwifery to work.After reading it she decided that she wanted to be a midwife. After four years, she was accepted to University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Vicki worked as a midwife for 20, years until retirement at age 69. She lives in my little home on her daughter and son-in-law's farm and enjoys her dog, cats, horse, and watching the beautiful meteor showers and the night sky.
Photo by Martin Dubé
I became a nurse midwife after working for 15 years as a nurse in a high-risk labor and delivery unit. I was a staff nurse, then charge nurse, helicopter transport nurse, nurse educator, and critical care OB-certified. Read more…. Induction: A Loaded Word
Photo by Carlo Navarro
I sit here at my computer, remembering my years as a working midwife. I still consider myself a midwife, but I am now retired. Read more…. Always a Midwife