I am passionate about providing care with an holistic approach that is woman centred and supports her and her family/whānau on their journey into parenthood.
Forming a partnership that is both equal and non-judgemental is an essential element of the midwifery care I offer. I strive to empower women to make sound and informed decisions about their bodies and birthing experiences by exchanging knowledge and support for all choices made.
I live locally in Te Awamutu covering urban and rural areas of our wider community, my clinic days are Tuesdays and Thursdays in Te Awamutu and Otorohanga and I support births at Te Awamutu Birthing or Home and offer continuity of care should you need to birth at Waikato Hospital.
I am in a midwifery partnership with Kelly Heke-Heays, we have the similar philosophies and provide each other with supportive back up when needed.