As rural areas grapple with shortages in obstetrical services midwives increasingly are helping fill those gaps nurse midwives deliver needed services in rural areas by candi helseth articles photos and charts appearing in the rural monitor may be reprinted with the permission of the rural health information hub and proper citation. While delivery at midwifery clinics was encouraged midwives also attended the majority of rural home births in order to facilitate community partnerships and promote the use of midwives services in rural areas home deliveries and antenatal care provided by government midwives were free of charge. Community midwifery services founded in 1995 is a group centered practice providing midwifery service to the community and operating as a community we are dedicated to the education support and care of women in the childbearing year and beyond. Why not use our service finder to find out about some of the other national services available for people working and living in rural and remote communities our service provides free and confidential support 24 7 to nurses midwives and students australia wide if you would like to speak to someone call 1800 667 877 or you can request support via email
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