Midwifery Program

Midwifery Program

Meet the Midwife

Little Company of Mary Hospital's Family Birth Center encourages women to choose whatever birthing method option they're comfortable with.  For some women, this may include the care of a midwife.

 

Little Company of Mary is proud to offer a Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM) who specializes in personalized and tailored care to the specific needs of mom. Mary Kay Burke, APN, CNM, WHNP has been with LCMH since the midwifery program launched in 2010, working closely with mom to create unique and personalized birthing plans for each patient.

 

Midwives know that each woman has unique health care needs and requires individual attention.  Midwives spend time by a woman's side in labor, supporting her and watching for any health concerns. They care for women during labor and delivery, as well as provide various types of healthcare for women including prenatal, postpartum and routine gynecological services.

 

Mary Kay Burke collaborates with Little Company of Mary Hospital Women's Healthcare Affiliates board-certified physicians to offer personalized birthing services. To schedule a FREE meet-and-greet with Mary Kay or for a tour of our facilities, please call 708.636.9205.


 



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Support Groups

Breast Feeding Morning Support Group

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