You are dedicated to having the best birth possible and need the support to make it happen. You’ve come to the right place!
- Are you concerned that you’re not getting the full scoop on childbirth from your care provider?
- Have you given birth before and want to make sure your next experience is a different one?
- Do you have questions about interventions, how to prepare for the mental and emotional components or what to wear?
Join us for this amazingly informative two-hour class with one of the area’s most renowned midwives, Ronni Rothman, CNM.
Preparing for Your Best Birth
(what the hospital class won’t tell you)
DATE: Sunday, April 13, 2014
TIME: 5pm – 7pm
LOCATION: Cloth, 1605 East Passyunk, Philadelphia, PA 19148
If you are member, please email your planned attendance to email@example.com or register at facebook.
About Ronni Rothman:
Ronni became a nurse-midwife because it provides the opportunity to do the things she loves most: supporting, teaching, and empowering women to make positive choices in their lives. She is committed to providing the personalized care that nurtures you and your family. She has over 17 years of experience attending over 1000 births. And, as a mother of 2 teenage boys, she has personally benefited from the care of nurse midwives.
Ronni Rothman has a BA in Sociology from Brandeis University, and a Masters in Public Health from the University of Michigan. After working in public policy and international settings on behalf of women and women’s health, she went back to school to receive her BS in Nursing and an MSN in Nurse-Midwifery at the University of Pennsylvania. She has active privileges at Einstein Medical Center Montgomery in E. Norriton and Valley Birth Place in Huntingdon Valley.
Ronni prides herself on her ability to connect with a variety of people and support them through one of the most important moments of their life. Humor and commonsense are the hallmarks of her style. Whether you are seeking an natural childbirth with limited medical intervention or the availability of epidural anesthesia during labor, she will work as a partner to to create the best birth experience for you.
For more information, visit: http://www.womanwisemidwifery.com