Congratulations on your pregnancy.
I believe birth to be a normal life event and enjoy supporting and observing women as they become empowered through their journey. I believe women and their Whānau should receive care which is informative, educational, and supportive. Thus, allowing them to make informed decisions that is right for their own unique pregnancy, birth, and parenting journey.
I have lived in the local community for the past six years with my husband and our two boys. I have been involved in teaching antenatal classes and other parenting courses for local families during this time.
I am very passionate about providing continuity of care with women and their families. I am part of a well established group of midwives based in Papakura, with Sarah Nicholson or Sandra Jevons covering my time off. I also work alongside my obstetric colleagues and other health professionals should you require their input.
My antenatal clinic is held in the Papakura Maternity Unit on Fridays.