Fort Drum OB/GYN Clinic certified nurse-midwives are, from left, Maj. Deborah Kaiser, Lt. Col. Brittany Speers and Stephanie Jones. The Fort Drum CNMs see routine obstetrics patients, facilitate CenteringPregnancy groups, deliver babies and assist with cesarean sections.

MEDDAC highlights midwives' role in women's health care

Members of the U.S. Army Medical Department Activity staff, in conjunction with Fort Drum OB/GYN Clinic staff members, are celebrating the crucial role midwives play in women's health care during National Midwifery Week, Oct. 4-10....READ MORE

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Army Medicine provides a high quality, safe and consistent patient experience, influences healthier lifestyles and behaviors, focuses on health readiness, injury and illness prevention, saves lives, and enables optimal health outcomes in support of the Total Army.

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