Becoming a Midwife in Connecticut – CT

The majority of midwives practicing in Connecticut are Certified Nurse-Midwives. This means that midwifery training in the state should begin with going to nursing school and graduating with a Registered Nurse degree.

After that, students interested in midwifery in Connecticut should complete the following steps that outline how to become a midwife in Connecticut:

  1. Enroll in a graduate program of study in midwifery. These programs can be found online and in campus settings across the United States.
  2. Graduate, usually with a Master of Science in Nursing and a concentration in Nurse-Midwifery.
  3. Take and pass the certification test offered by the American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM).
  4. Register with Connecticut’s Department of Public Health and pay any necessary licensure fees.

Upon completing your training and becoming a registered, licensed, Certified Nurse-Midwife in Connecticut, jobs in many hospitals, birthing centers, clinics, and private and group practices should be available. The career a nurse-midwife can expect under Connecticut statutes involves planning and meeting women’s health needs, with a particular emphasis on family planning, pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum care and newborn care. Nurse-midwives in Connecticut must have clinical relationships with obstetricians and gynecologists and be able to refer cases to them as necessary.

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