Definition of Nurse-midwife
1. Noun. A registered nurse who has received special training as a midwife.
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Literary usage of Nurse-midwife
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1. Texas Medicaid in Perspectiveby Anne Dunkelberg by Anne Dunkelberg (1995)
"CERTIFIED NURSE MIDWIFE (CNM) - A certified nurse-midwife is a licensed ... Medicaid coverage of certified nurse-midwife (CNM) services is limited to the ..."
2. US Insular Areas: Multiple Factors Affect Federal Healthcare Funding by Kathryn G. Allen (2006)
"Similarly, an official associated with the Virgin Islands' Medicaid program said that although qualified providers are available, nurse midwife and nurse ..."
3. A State-By-State Review of Abortion and Reproductive Rights by Elizabeth Arndorfer, Jodi Michael, Laura Moskowitz, Liza Siebel, Juli A. Grant (1998)
"... at least 24 hours prior to an abortion, the woman must receive a state-mandated lecture by the attending or referring physician, nurse, nurse-midwife, ..."
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