Midwifery School in Georgia - GA
By Laura Wrede, allied health world contributing writer
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Kaiser Permanente and the Mayo Clinic are among the nationally recognized medical facilities that use the services of certified nurse-midwives. This means that some insurance programs will cover the cost of using a nurse mid-wife as opposed to a traditional OB practitioner. This is good news for the new student that may be considering investing in this career. The midwifery courses in Georgia will be challenging as you learn all of the basics of nursing, along with the specialized courses designed to prepare you for midwifery.
One Midwifery school in Georgia offers a Master's of Science in Nursing (MSN). The midwife training is in addition to the Nursing program, and is added on as a specialty focus. It will typically take about a year to a year and a half to complete that part of the program. Courses include a broad range of medical topics specific to women in childbearing years. For instance:
- Gynecology practices
- Prenatal and postnatal care
- Counseling in birth control and family planning
- Clinical practices and practicum
When the time comes to select a school, you have options. According to one report, there are 43 programs currently in the US that offer post-baccalaureate certificates for midwifery or masters programs in nurse/midwifery. Many of these institutions offer programs for distance learning options online also.
Midwife Schools in Georgia
- Nursing, BS (Online Only)
- Nursing, MS (Online Only)
- Nursing, AS
Keiser University offers degrees in fields that are in demand and provides job placement assistance to all its students and alumni.
- Medical General
- Diploma - Medical General