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The Benefits of OB/GYNs and Certified Nurse Midwives

TPMG’s team of OB/GYNs work closely with Certified Nurse Midwives (CNM) and women’s health nurse practitioners in the treatment and care for women during all stages of life. Are you in need of care? If you’re unsure, let’s take a look at the benefits of each.

Obstetrician-Gynecologists (OB/GYN)

• Address all aspects of female reproductive health
• May address general health needs
• Services for women of all ages
• Trained to perform surgeries and manage pregnancy-related complications
• Practice in hospitals, group practices, and clinics
• Excellent for high-risk pregnancies
• Access to medical technology – ultrasound and genetic testing

Certified Nurse Midwives (CNMs)

• Healthcare that is tailored to your individual preferences and needs
• Services for women of all ages
• Care during labor, delivery, and after birth
• Support women interest in natural pain management techniques during labor
• Trained to care for women during both medicated and unmedicated labor and childbirth.
• Respect the initiation and normal progression of labor using less induction and augmentation interventions as indicated
• Reduced rates of cesarean delivery
• Reduced infant mortality rates
• Reduced need for labor induction and augmentation
• Higher rates of breastfeeding
• Lower rates of cesarean birth

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