Emma has been a practicing midwife in Hamilton since 2016 following her graduation with honours from Laurentian University’s Midwifery Education Program. Prior to midwifery, she completed a Bachelor of Arts & Science at McMaster University where she became interested in midwifery after studying global maternal health.
Emma enjoys working as a clinical preceptor for midwifery students and holds a Master of Science degree in Health Science Education from McMaster University. In addition to her clinical work Emma is a Research Fellow in the McMaster Midwifery Research Centre and is the recipient of a 2019 Association of Ontario Midwives research grant.
Emma considers it a great privilege to build relationships with Hamilton-area families throughout the life-changing experience that is pregnancy, b enjoys exploring Hamilton’s many waterfalls and bakeries.
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Was very happy going with midwife instead of OB. My team was really good. The one was not as good as the other. But the one was amazing. If it wasn't for her I would been in trouble but she saved me f...
I had a great experience and my midwives were amazing. Thanks for all your support Melissa and Cait. Still miss you both but I will definitely be in touch for baby number two :)
I used access midwives in 2009 and 2011 and had outstanding support and care. Iryna delivered both my boys and went above and beyond many different points along the way!
We were under the care of Sam and Sarah. We were well cared for from the very beginning of the pregnancy through our 6 weeks of postpartum care. Overall, I was very comfortable with the knowledge and ...
Since day one my team of Midwives always made me feel welcome and deeply cared for. They made sure I had all the information and resources I needed during my pregnancy.
I couldn't imagine my labour...
We had a great experience at access midwives with the birth of our first daughter in August 2018. Team purple (Erin, Tamara and Simone) was always friendly and encouraging. Although my care was transf...