Our midwifery practice is providing you with this information so that you will be aware of the midwifery services we provide, and the philosophy underlying midwifery care in Ontario. The best midwifery care is provided when women make informed decisions about their health care, involving their families and community as they wish, and develop a comfortable relationship with a small group of midwives. Responsibility for well-being rests both with the providers of care and with the woman herself.
My care was transferred to Doctor during labor and for delivery. My midwife explained the reasoning and was a great support and advocate for my wishes!OB transfer
I really enjoyed having the support of a mdiwife (well, 2 midwvies!) I wish it could last longer than 6 weeks post partum.wish for longer care
“I wanted to have a natural birth in the hospital and my midwife provided me with many useful strategies on how to cope with the pain.”
I was happy with the conversation we had with Dr X just before I was induced….I was conscious of, and curious what the doctor-midwife conversation would look like. I felt at ease.I was conscious of, and curious what the doctor-midwife conversation would look like. I felt at ease.
My midwives gave me lots of information so I could make an informed, evidence based decision about my care.Informed choices
“My midwives were absolutely amazing during labour and delivery! I couldn’t have asked for a better delivery. I had all the confidence in the world in them.”
“I felt comfortable making the choices we made and felt that we were not judged for our choices. Our midwives provided us with support every step of the way.”Informed Choice
“Without my midwives help I would not have been able to master breastfeeding. I’m so glad we were able to solve the problem and continue to breastfeed.”
“My midwives were amazing from beginning to end. I felt respected, safe and understood in their presence. I knew I could call on them anytime and that my baby and me would be well cared for.”
“We were very impressed with the level of care provided leading up to the delivery of our daughter.”
Buffy is a partner and senior midwife with Sudbury Community Midwives. She came to midwifery through a nursing background, and worked on the James Bay Coast after receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.
Debbie has been a practice partner and full time midwife with the Sudbury Community Midwives since June 1998. She has a strong commitment to educate women through pregnancy and birthing experiences.
Meredith is a practice partner and senior midwife with the Sudbury Community Midwives. Meredith graduated from the Midwifery Education Program at McMaster University in 1999.
Lynne is committed to the growth of midwifery in Ontario and regularly acts as a preceptor for students at the Midwifery Education Program.
Nicole grew up in Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland and Labrador and attended Memorial University of Newfoundland where she completed a Bachelor of Science Degree in Behavioural Neuroscience.
I graduated from the Midwifery Education Program at Laurentian University in 2005. All my training took place in Sudbury, Manitoulin Island and Sault Ste. Marie.
I moved back to Sudbury in 2012 and have enjoyed working with Sudbury Community Midwives and being back in my hometown. My passions in midwifery are water birth and breastfeeding.
I have a strong passion for women’s health and am continuously inspired by the strength, courage and power of my clients. I feel very lucky to be able to work within this profession and do what I love.
Hello! I am a Sudbury native and am very happy to have the opportunity to provide care to women from my community. Sudbury is also where I completed most of my midwifery education, obtaining my degree from Laurentian University. I graduated in 2013 and completed my New Registrant’s year in Owen Sound, Ontario. Prior to […]
Naomi Wolfe is a Registered Aboriginal Midwife. Her interest in Midwifery began with her own struggles as a new mother. She quickly became passionate bout supporting mothers and families and providing culturally relevant care. Naomi has been providing midwifery care in Sudbury since 2010. In addition to the care provided to clients at Sudbury Community […]
The newest addition to the Sudbury Community Midwives, many of you will have met Krysta as a student with the practice in 2015-2016. Krysta is currently working with a number of teams as midwives return from maternity leaves. Krysta was born in Ottawa but raised in Sudbury. She was first introduced to midwifery as a […]
Dana has been practicing Midwifery since graduating from Laurentian in 2012. She began her career in Oakville Ontario, where she worked within a large Midwifery practice for 2 years. As Sudbury is her hometown, she was eager to move back and continue providing midwifery care. It has been a pleasure of hers; getting to know […]
Support Staff – Lisa
The friendly voice that greets you when you call Sudbury Community Midwives belongs to our receptionist Lisa who joined our team in 2016.
Support Staff – Jenn
Working in the background at Sudbury Community Midwives, you may encounter our intrepid office manager Jennifer. She will be happy to direct you to your midwife when Lisa is away from her desk.
Sudbury Community Midwives
1571 Paris St.
Sudbury, ON P3E 3B7
Tel 705 523 8000
Fax 705 523 1100
Midwives are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for urgent or emergency concerns. Inquiries of a non-urgent nature which cannot wait until the next scheduled appointment should be directed to the main clinic number 705 523 8000.
All questions are answered in a timely manner, normally within 1 business days.