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Catey Brannan CNM, ARNP COLORADO
Catey comes to Midwife Rx with 18+ years working in women’s advocacy, support, empowerment and in birth. Her experiences working with women in poverty, homelessness, incarceration, and in at-risk life situations became the foundation for her career as a midwife. She has worked as a birth and postpartum nurse serving in a small rural hospital, a large public hospital, a suburban hospital, two free-standing birth centers, and with homebirth midwives. She is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant.
Catey is attentive to clients’ stories, desires, preferences and choices. With compassionate respect, she offers evidence-based and culturally sensitive women’s health care. Through her human service, nursing and midwifery experiences Catey has developed a model of practice which honors women’s innate abilities and wisdom. She is proud to accompany women and families seeking whole-person health care, especially in pregnancy and birth.
When not working, Catey enjoys hiking and exploring the Colorado mountains, performing improvisational comedy and playing with her puggle, Gizmo. She is married to Julie and is surrogate mom to Oliver, who lives in Michigan with his two dads.
Angelita Nixon, CNM -West Virginia
My career as a midwife has spanned over 400 deliveries - with more than 80 of these births occurring outside the hospital. I maintain a collaborative agreement with a nearby board-certified OB-GYN physician, should the need arise for medical care or hospitalization. I believe that birth is a normal process, and a healthy event. I believe that pregnancy is an exciting time, for learning and for change. I believe the midwife’s role is to teach and to serve, and to safeguard the health of both mother and child, while maintaining an atmosphere for family intimacy and bonding. Preventing complications is my foremost concern, which means close personal surveillance throughout pregnancy and birth.
I earned my master’s degree in nursing in 1998 at Case Western Reserve University, and have been certified by the American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM) since 1998. Certified in neonatal resuscitation and CPR, I hold current licensure in WV and OH, and active memberships in both the national and local chapters of ACNM, the Midwives’ Alliance of North America (MANA), and Doulas of North America (DONA).
At home I live with my cat and two kittens. I enjoy speaking engagements, mentoring nursing and medical students, and I love to travel, both in the US and abroad.
Rachel Cornett-Olsson, CNM APRN for Texas and Vermont
Rachel Cornett-Olsson, APRN, CNM is a nurse-midwife based in Vermont and Texas. She was educated at University of Iowa and Philadelphia University. She is a homebirthing, wannabe homesteading mom and has a holistic women's health practice. She has spent time in Peru, Mexico, Haiti, and Indonesia learning and volunteering in the healthcare realm.
GeorgAnna Wiley, CNM, CPM, APRN for Georgia
GeorgAnna Wiley-info and eVisits coming soon. 10/06/2021