Pamela Stuart is a midwife who loves to empower her patients with knowledge. It’s what makes each woman a leader in her own care. Stuart believes that it’s always about the women, their families, and the new life being brought into the world. A registered nurse and midwife, Stuart received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from California State University Chico and her Nurse Midwife Certificate from the Frontier School of Midwifery and Family Nursing in Hyden, Kentucky. She was mentored by a midwife who helped deliver her children at home, and though her mentor has since passed, with each new birth she attends, Stuart is continuing the circle of life.
Stuart says: “It’s important to me to provide a safe, trusting space for my patients so they can feel that whatever they share with me is held in confidence. It’s what I had when I delivered my children. When a woman feels she’s a leader in her own care, and that she’s making informed choices, it matters. Because it’s not about me; it’s about the women, about their families, and about the care they receive when they bring a new life into the world.”