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Hello, I'm Jane.


I qualified as a midwife in 2004, (as a registered nurse in 1991!) 

I have been a hospital midwife for the last 19 years, working across all areas of the maternity service.  I started my career at the wonderful Friarage Hospital in Northallerton where I spent 10 years working on Delivery Suite.  I moved to James Cook University Hospital in 2014 and gained additional valuable experience in a busy obstetric unit.  I am currently working flexibly at Scarborough Hospital on their bank.

I am not only experienced in Birth care but also managed a very busy Antenatal Triage, Maternity assessment and Advice Unit & help to improve wellbeing and childbirth outcomes within both high and low risk settings.


My last post within the NHS was as Clinical Matron of a busy Obstetric led unit. I am very happy to now be able to provide a slightly different kind of care alongside Sam and Danielle. One where women are my complete priority and focus and appointments are never rushed. One where women get informed choice on how they want to be cared for. I am passionate about promoting physiological birth within all environments. Supporting women, trusting in the bodies to birth their babies and about providing excellent, research based, personalised Continuity of Care throughout pregnancy.


I am also qualified to perform New born and Infant Physical examination (NIPE). And have done courses in Biomechanics to facilitate optimal fetal position for better births.


I feel immensely proud to have worked in the NHS since starting my nurse training in 1988 and now welcome the opportunity to provide holistic family centred midwifery care in a private capacity.   


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