A few facts about CPMs

Midwives are the key to increasing access to effective maternity care:

  • The American Public Health Association and the World Health Organization recommends midwives as the primary maternity care providers for the majority of women
  • The Millbank Report: Evidence-Based Maternity Care recognizes the CPM as the benchmark for low intervention and good outcomes
  • Nations with the lowest infant mortality employ midwives as the primary maternity care providers for the majority of women
  • Mounting evidence supports the value and cost-savings potential of midwifery care, according to a report issued by the Washington Department of Health in 2010
  • Birth centers and planned home births have been shown to be safe for low-risk women, with demonstrated potential to significantly reduce costs to the system
  • CPMs are currently legally recognized in 28 states and own approximately half of the birth centers in the U.S.

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NARM General Information

Debbie Pulley
5257 Rosestone Dr.
Lilburn, GA 30047
888-842-4784 or 770-381-9051 info@narm.org

Accountability Department

Shannon Anton
PO Box 128
Bristol, VT 05443

NARM Applications

Applications Team
PO Box 420
Summertown, TN 38483
888-426-1280 or 931-964-4234

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Testing Department

Ida Darragh
PO Box 7703
Little Rock, AR 72217
888-353-7089 or 501-296-9769

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