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Midwifery School in Florida - FL

By Jennifer Williams, allied health world Contributing Writer

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Midwifery schools in Florida typically offer a Master of Science in Nursing degree for students that are eager to begin a career in midwifery. The only prerequisite for this degree in Florida, however, is that the student must be both a registered nurse and have a Bachelor’s degree. It is not required for the Bachelor’s degree to be in nursing, but it is highly recommended, as it provides the student with a more complex knowledge base before beginning any Florida midwifery program.

Depending upon how many credit hours are taken at one time, the courses may last anywhere between two and three years. Many people have the misconception that the midwifery profession in Florida is directed solely towards delivering babies in the home environment; however, the scope of the profession is much wider. Midwives provide prenatal care and checkups, yearly gynecological evaluations, contraceptive assistance, and can even act as primary physicians in some cases. Because of the complexity of this profession, it is important that an educational program be encompassing and comprehensive. Any of the following courses may be required as part of midwifery education in Florida:

  • Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
  • Antepartum, Intrapartum, and Postpartum care
  • Clinical Trials
  • Pharmacology
  • Disease Identification and Prevention
  • Nurse-Midwifery Skills
  • Birthing Center Study
  • Patient Health Assessment and Decision Making

Through campus based and online programs, aspiring Midwives in Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa, St. Petersburg and Orlando, Florida may be able to prepare themselves for the possibility of employment in some of the largest hospitals and healthcare facilities in the state including Baptist Medical Center, Florida Hospital Orlando, Mount Sinai Medical Center, Jackson Memorial Hospital, and Memorial Regional Hospital.

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