Advice for Students from the 2018 Graduates
Rolling Admissions for the 2018 Campus Option is Now Open
Get to Know the 2017 Campus Cohort
In Their Own Words: New Community Students Share Their Inspiration
Birthwise Midwifery School Celebrates Graduation 2017
Birthwise Secures MEAC Accreditation for New Midwifery Assistant Program
Independent Research Presentations, Spring 2017
Birthwise Recommits to Inclusion and Diversity
New Birthwise Graduates Share Words of Wisdom
MACPM – New Bill to license CPMs and CMs in Maine
Birthwise Midwifery School is a three-year school founded in Bridgton, Maine in 1994. Built on the principles of female empowerment, natural birth, and skilled professionalism, it offers one of the first comprehensive training programs for direct-entry midwives in the United States. The program is accredited by the Midwifery Education Accreditation Council and licensed by the Maine Department of Education.
Early Registration Deadline: August DONA Doula Workshop
July 18, 2018
Register for the doula workshop: birthwisemidwifery.edu/admissions/register-for-doula-training.
Admission Deadline: Midwifery Assistant Program
August 15, 2018
Apply for the midwifery assistant program: birthwisemidwifery.edu/admissions/apply-for-the-midwifery-assistant-program.
Birthwise's biannual journal of research and evidence-based information for out-of-hospital midwives
Birthwise’s freestanding birth center and free community clinic
Together, staff midwives and Birthwise Midwifery School students run The Birth House, an on-site clinic that offers free Well Woman and reproductive health services to the community’s women. Students may also assist women giving birth at the freestanding birth center.
The Birth House services include:
|Births & Prenatal Care||Annual Well Body Exams|
|Breast Exams||Pap Smears|
|Nutritional Counseling||Family Planning Counseling|
|Fertility Awareness Education||Routine screening for STIs and GYN infections|