Mountain Midwifery Care, Hamilton, Ontario

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angela reitsma

Angela Reitsma, Mountain Midwifery CareAngela Reitsma is a Registered Midwife, an Instructor for the Midwifery Education Program at McMaster University and Head of Midwifery Service at St. Joseph's Healthcare. She has been working in Hamilton since 2007. She was educated in midwifery at McMaster University following a degree in Health Studies from the University of Waterloo (2003). Her interest in midwifery research led her to complete a Master of Science from McMaster University in Clinical Epidemiology (2012). Other professional activities that Angela has been involved in include membership on the St. Joseph's Healthcare Neonatal Quality Assurance Committee, and teaching midwifery students both on clinical placements and in the classroom. She has had the opportunity to present her clinical research at several conferences. Angela enjoys working with women and their families and getting to know them throughout their pregnancies and births. She has two children of her own, and in her spare time, she enjoys camping, cycling, and fixing up her house.

georgia tsouluhas

Georgia Tsouluhas, Mountain Midwifery CareGeorgia Tsouluhas is a Registered Midwife and has been working in Hamilton since 2005. Georgia holds a degree in Psychology from Dalhousie University, Halifax (1993) and went on to study midwifery at the University of Leeds, UK (2000). Georgia worked as a midwife in England prior to completing the International Midwifery Pre-registration Program at Ryerson University in Toronto to become certified as a midwife in Ontario. She is a member of the Maternal Quality of Care Committee and the Maternal & Infant's Quality Council at St. Joseph's Healthcare. Around the clinic, we know Georgia as a very committed midwife who is always on top of the latest research evidence. We also love her sense of humour. Outside of work, Georgia enjoys traveling to spend time with her extended family in Toronto, Halifax, and Greece. She likes to run and has participated in the "Around the Bay" road race.

sylvia miedinger

Sylvia Miedinger, Mountain Midwifery CareSylvia Miedinger is a Registered Midwife and has worked in Hamilton since 2005. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Toxicology from the University of Guelph (1992) and a Bachelor of Health Sciences (Midwifery) from Ryerson University, Toronto (2005). Sylvia is involved in several professional activities at St. Joseph's Healthcare including membership on the Family Medicine Maternal Newborn Quality Assurance Committee. Sylvia is an instructor of the Canadian Pediatric Society's Neonatal Resuscitation Program and the Association of Ontario Midwives Emergency Skills  Workshop. Sylvia loves providing compassionate care to women and their families, and has done so here at home, and in far flung locations such as Bali, Indonesia and Rankin Inlet, Nunavut. Her own daughters were born into the hands of midwives. In her spare time, Sylvia enjoys yoga, camping and hiking, music, travel, and accidental gardening.

katie walton

Katie Walton, Mountain Midwifery careKatrienne (Katie) Walton is a Registered Midwife and has been working in Hamilton since 2007. She studied midwifery at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario and graduated with a Bachelor of Health Sciences (2007). Her own son was born just a couple of weeks after finishing her degree! Since 2011, Katie has organized a community event and fundraiser called Footsteps for Change. The event takes place in early May and brings together current and past midwifery clients in support of maternal health globally. Katie is also a member of the Maternal Quality of Care Committee at St. Joseph's Healthcare and is a clinical preceptor for midwifery students of all levels. Katie lived in many different Canadian cities before settling in Hamilton and is fluent in French. As a midwife, Katie is known for knowing just what to say to help women through labour, and a couple of us have nicknamed Katie "the labour whisperer"!

tonya macdonald

Tonya MacDonald, Mountain Midwifery CareTonya MacDonald is a Registered Midwife and has practiced midwifery since 2004. She left her home province of Quebec and life as a secondary school teacher to complete her degree in midwifery at McMaster University. Tonya also holds a BSc (Anatomy), DiplEd (Sciences), and a Master's degree in Public Health (Health Promotion and Global Health) from the University of Toronto (2013). Tonya is a Master Lecturer in the Midwifery Education Program at Laurentian University in Sudbury. She is also a Maternal Child Health Team Volunteer for the SJH-International Outreach Program at Centre Médical Beraca, Port-de-Paix, Haiti. Tonya practices midwifery because she loves the privilege of being a part of a woman's journey of pregnancy, birth and motherhood, and appreciates that each and every experience is unique and beautiful in its own way. We appreciate working with Tonya because of her cheerful attitude (day and night) and her obvious love of birth. In her spare time, Tonya enjoys being active, camping in Selkirk, eating out in Old Montreal or hiking in Haiti. She loves adventure and learning, especially with her children!

sarah bradley

Sarah Bradley, Mountain Midwifery careSarah Bradley is originally from England, where she trained to be a Midwife and worked for three years as a hospital-based midwife prior to moving to Canada with her two children in 2007. After completing the International Midwifery Pre-Registration Program, she has been practicing in Hamilton, where she holds hospital privileges at both Hamilton Health Sciences and St. Josephs Healthcare Hamilton. Within both hospitals she has established strong working relationships with providers from the Midwifery, Obstetric and Family Medicine departments and is a member of the Neonatal Quality of Care Committee at St. Joseph's Healthcare. In the broader Hamilton community, she is committed to providing compassionate and high quality maternal-child healthcare to vulnerable populations through her involvement as a volunteer Midwife with the Shelter Health Network team.  She is a regular preceptor to Midwifery students and enjoys teaching and participating in the growth of Midwifery. In her free time, Sarah enjoys walking her dogs at the local conservation areas.

chantal dion

Chantal Dion, Mountain Midwifery CareChantal is a Registered Midwife with Mountain Midwifery Care. She graduated from McMaster University with a Bachelor of Health Sciences (Midwifery) in 2014 and has been practicing midwifery in Hamilton since then. Chantal is originally from Manitoba and her first language is French. Prior to becoming a midwife, Chantal was a board member for the Manitoba Association of Childbirth and Family Education, a non-profit organization that aims to educate women and families about birthing and parenting. Through this organization she became certified as a Doula (2005), and completed the WHO/UNICEF Lactation Management Course for Healthcare Professionals (2007). She was also involved in the planning of a birth centre in Winnipeg. Chantal is dedicated to promoting midwifery and caring for women and infants. Over the past three years she has been a guest speaker for the Health and Wellness program at Mohawk College and has given several presentations to young students on pregnancy and caring for newborn infants. She now lives with her husband and three daughters in Dundas where they enjoy spending time outdoors, especially hiking and biking the trails around the valley.

narissa dudar

Narissa Dudar, Mountain Midwifery careNarissa Dudar is a Registered Midwife with Mountain Midwifery Care and joined our clinic in 2017. She studied midwifery at Ryerson University after completing a Bachelor of Science in Engineering at Princeton University and a Master of Health Science at the University of Toronto.

She brings a variety of work and volunteer experience to her role as a midwife including being the Client Care Coordinator for the Scarborough Hospital Birth Doula Program, and working with the Association of Ontario Midwives in the IPAC Work Group, focusing on infection control practices. In her time off, Narissa enjoys beading, cooking, and spending time outdoors.

anne weeks

Anne Weeks, Mountain Midwifery CareAnne is the Administrator at Mountain Midwifery Care. Her voice will be the first you hear when you call in, and the first friendly face when you enter our clinic. She joined us in May of 2017. Anne has worked with women and babies in her previous work life, and has always been fascinated with birth. She now enjoys supporting the midwifery profession through her administrative role. In her spare time, Anne enjoys hiking and camping, especially with her two grown sons.

Georgia Tsouluhas

Angela Reitsma

Katie Walton

Sylvia Meidinger

Tonya MacDonald

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Monday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Tuesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Wednesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Thursday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Friday: 9:00am - 4:00pm

 

Mountain Midwifery Care

849 Upper Wentworth St., Suite 409

(Beside Lime Ridge Mall)

Hamilton, Ontario

L9A 5H4

phone: 905-296-3665

fax: 289-426-3226

info@mountainmidwiferycare.com