Ann McFarlane, CNM, ARNP provides primary care and maternity care to women, teens through post-menopause. She attended nursing school at Seattle University where she earned a BSN, and then went on to work as a pediatric home care RN for three years for high medical needs infants and children while simultaneously earning an MSN specializing in Nurse Midwifery from Seattle University. Ann’s training included rotations in Moses Lake, at Valley Medical Center in Renton, and in Mt. Vernon. Ann went on to spend time observing in a home birth practice in West Virginia, and then completed a fellowship at The Midwife Center for Birth and Women’s Health in Pittsburgh, PA. As a Midwife Fellow, she cared for women in the Center’s independent birth center, as well as in the hospital.
Visit her web site at mcfarlanemidwifery.com.