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Article from Matamata Chronicle April 9 2014 You could say that Janice Anderson is the Pohlen Hospital Maternity Wing's biggest fan and advocate. She can't speak highly enough of the facilities and staff after her son Kahnye David Currie made his grand entrance into...
Matamata Midwives providing on-call midwifery care, 24/7 at Pohlen Maternity. Offering free pregnancy tests Pre-conception advice Full or partial pregnancy care Healthy diet advice Labour and birth care at Pohlen Maternity Water Birth Emergency transfers to Waikato...
Here are the Top 10 Reasons to use Maternity Services at Pohlen Hospital; either for birth or postnatal care. You know your chosen midwife will be present at your baby's birth Extended postnatal stay (Most birth centres provide 48 hours only but Pohlen is happy to...
I have been a midwife for 17 years and for 15 of those years I have worked in the Matamata area providing midwifery care at Pohlen Hospital.
I have four grown up children and seven grandchildren – six of which I have had the pleasure of birthing – plus another one on the way.
I work with a supportive group of midwives all sharing the same philosophy. I am passionate about my role as a midwife and I couldn’t imagine doing anything else. It is a pleasure and an honour to be a part of such an intimate time in people’s lives.
I look forward to meeting you and sharing your experience
I was born in Whangarei, New Zealand, and have lived in Matamata since 1978. I have two adult sons who were both born here in Matamata.
I have been practising as an independent midwife since 2006 and have always had a passion for maternity care. Previous to getting my degree, I worked in Matamata as a maternity nurse aide for about 18 years.
Consequently, over these years I have become familiar with Matamata-Piako district families. This adds to the joy of working as a midwife in Matamata. I find myself supporting some of the women who I witnessed being born, now having their own babies. Wow, isn't that really great.
I am very lucky to be working with an extremely supportive group of skilled and caring midwives. We provide primary maternity care by supporting women throughout their pregnancy, labour, birth and postnatal period. This is a journey I have always felt a privilege to be a part of.
I look forward to meeting you and the future generation.
Congratulations on your pregnancy
I have been a midwife local to the district of Matamata-Piako for the last six years. I am married and between husband Jason and I we have seven children. Our older two are independent, and we have five at home, ranging from 1 to 16 years.
I am proud to be a midwife. I specialise in primary care and advocate for women's choice.
I have the benefit of homeopathic knowledge and training and that of some alternative therapies. My hope is to work in partnership with you, to achieve the best outcome for your whanau of healthy mumma, healthy baby. I hope to provide culturally sensitive care.
I am in a long-term locum role with Kerri Houghton while midwife Lynette is on leave, she returns in Feb 2018. I will then move to a part-time role until May when midwife Chantelle returns.
I am happy to discuss home birth as an option.
Greetings and congratulations! My name is Angela and I am the proud Mama of two grown up children. I was born and raised in the beautiful town of Te Aroha and now reside in the neighboring town of Matamata. I am proud to call this community my home. A highlight of my journey towards midwifery was my experience as a maternity aide at Pohlen Hospital before I commenced my midwifery degree. I believe it is an absolute privilege to provide care as a midwife in Aotearoa. I endeavor to provide optimal individualised midwifery care with kindness; within the collective of experienced Matamata midwives. I look forward to embracing new partnerships and promoting positive pregnancy, childbirth and postnatal journeys.