I am looking for a student midwife in Adelaide.
I am due on the 16th of June 2012 and will be having my baby at Ashford hospital. I had a student midwife when I had DS, and although she missed the birth as she was at another birth, I'd like to have a student midwife again this time
My ob is supportive of student midwives and lets them get hands on at appointments (and I am happy for them to as well).
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07-10-2011 19:05 #1
Looking for Student Midwife - Adelaide
09-10-2011 20:41 #2
If you are still looking Leah, I would be happy to have a chat to you and recommend some really amazing Midwifery students. I, personally, am all booked up, but will happily match you up with another student. (I'm going into my final year-Yay!!!)
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I can give you my number.
09-10-2011 20:46 #3
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09-10-2011 21:17 #4
09-10-2011 21:37 #5
I know my student midwife is looking for more follow throughs. PM me if you're ineterested. She was at my last birth and she's just divine
17-12-2011 02:55 #6
Leah- did you find someone you'd recommend? I'm due in July/ August 2012 and looking for a student midwife to follow me through if anyone is interested I'm hoping for either a homebirth or FMC birth (still working all that out) so anyone who's interested I'd love to hear from you on here or e-mail me at email@example.com I can be slow to reply as I'm hibernating my way through morning sickness but I'd love for someone to get involved and follow me from the start thanks and hope I hear from someone soon
17-12-2011 16:23 #7
Hey there Peekaboo, I did find some one! A lovely young girl from Uni SA. I am not sure whether she can attend home births though? I don't think the insurance covers working with independent midwives for some reason... I don't think all uni's are like that though!
But if you went with FMC, then she could definitely be involved. I'll pass on your email address to her
17-12-2011 17:52 #8
:smiledance: I've already had an e-mail, so now I just have to reply (wow never thought this would be daunting) last student midwife I had was basically chosen for me and I never went against that. Hopefully I find someone lovely to work with .
17-12-2011 18:03 #9
Subscribing. Not sure what sort of care we are having yet so need to speak with my OB but didn't want to lose track of this thread!
03-01-2012 14:49 #10
Thanks for all the emails I received, unfortunately we lost bubs at 14 weeks so maybe next time.
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