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Sentara Healthcare’s First Midwifery Practice Is Accepting New Patients in Hampton

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HAMPTON- A new midwifery practice in Hampton will offer personalized obstetrical care beginning Monday, January 23. The Sentara Midwifery Specialists group is the first midwifery practice for the health system, expanding access for expecting families across Hampton Roads. Certified nurse-midwives will be available to provide a safe, holistic approach to pregnancy, childbirth, and overall patient care.

Sentara Healthcare pinpointed a need for midwives as a safe and holistic option for uncomplicated pregnancies in the region, and, to fill that need, Sentara Midwifery Specialists was established. Five state-licensed certified nurse-midwives will offer their expertise and are now accepting new obstetrical patients.

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