As a full-scope Certified Nurse-Midwife, I provide primary care to women from teen-age to old-age. I will gladly work with you holistically to meet your health goals. Service include, but are not limited to:
Annual exam and PAP smears/breast exams
Adolescent school physical exam
Evaluation and management of menstrual related concerns
Natural family planning and contraception management
Sexually transmitted infection evaluation and treatment
Gynecological infection evaluation and treatment
Management of stable chronic illness such as, hypothyroidism, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, migraines, and depression
Evaluation and management of urinary related symptoms
**Herbs, supplements, and lifestyle modifications are my preferred routes of management but prescription medications used as needed.
Free Virtual Consultation (15-20 min)
Comprehensive Wellness Assessment/Exam
Initial Visit $125 (90min)
Follow up $85 (30-60min)
Virtual Visit $75
Home visits outside of Holmen and Onalaska incur a travel fee of $0.25/mile, round trip, from Holmen ($20 max). Travel radius up to 50 miles from Holmen.
Cancellation must be made 24 hours in advance or visit will be charged
No insurance billing, may use HSA/FSA or be provided coded invoice to submit for reimbursement.
"Midwifery as practiced by certified nurse-midwives (CNMs®) and certified midwives (CMs®) encompasses a full range of primary health care services for women from adolescence beyond menopause. These services include the independent provision of primary care, gynecologic and family planning services, preconception care, care during pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period, care of the normal newborn during the first 28 days of life, and treatment of male partners for sexually transmitted infections. Midwives provide initial and ongoing comprehensive assessment, diagnosis and treatment. They conduct physical examinations; prescribe medications including controlled substances and contraceptive methods; admit, manage and discharge patients; order and interpret laboratory and diagnostic tests and order the use of medical devices. Midwifery care also includes health promotion, disease prevention, and individualized wellness education and counseling. These services are provided in partnership with women and families in diverse settings such as ambulatory care clinics, private offices, community and public health systems, homes, hospitals and birth centers. CNMs are educated in two disciplines: midwifery and nursing. They earn graduate degrees, complete a midwifery education program accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Midwifery Education (ACME), and pass a national certification examination administered by the American Midwifery Certification Board (AMCB) to receive the professional designation of CNM. CMs are educated in the discipline of midwifery. They earn graduate degrees, meet health and science education requirements, complete a midwifery education program accredited by ACME, and pass the same national certification examination as CNMs to receive the professional designation of CM."