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Midwives - Central

A midwife provides primary care to low-risk women throughout their pregnancy, labour and birth, including delivery of the baby, and to both mother and baby during the first six weeks following the birth. Midwives attend clients in hospitals, birthing centres or their own homes, and can admit patients to hospital. Midwives are regulated under the Regulated Health Professions Act (RHPA) and midwifery services are fully funded by the province.

For service listings, see Midwifery Services.

 
These services are located outside of Central, but provide service to Central.
Association of Ontario Midwives  
365 Bloor St E, Suite 800, Toronto, ON  M4W 3L4
416‑425‑9974
College of Midwives of Ontario  
21 St Clair Ave E, Suite 303, Toronto, ON  M4T 1L9
English: 416‑640‑2252
French: 416‑640‑2252 ext 227


French Language Services
 

 


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