Birth is important. Emerging from your birth feeling capable and confident puts you in the ideal position to meet the challenges of motherhood.
The Midwives of New Jersey believe birth should be empowering whether in the hospital or at home. We are a client-focused practice. Your office appointments allow enough time beyond routine prenatal care for questions to be answered and time for socializing. We are with you throughout your labor and birth. We assist with the first breastfeeding and check in with you postpartum with phone calls and/or homevisits. Pregnancy and birth is life-changing, make it amazing with the Midwives of New Jersey!
When I gave birth to my daughter Kathryn in 1992 I realized the call to my life. I delivered my second daughter vaginally after a cesarean section in a birth center. I was cared for by an amazing midwife (I was entirely impressed by her patience and calm during my incredibly long labor). I had… [Read More…]
Cindy Redmond, CNM graduated from the University of Medicine and Dentistry in 1998. She joined Roxie in private practice, attending births at Hackettstown Hospital. In the year 2000, the midwives introduced waterbirth at Hackettstown Hospital. Cindy has been married to Russell for 29 years and has three children. It was wonderful to be present during… [Read More…]
Finding Midwifery Kaitlyn’s midwifery journey started when first learning about obstetrics from a Certified Nurse-Midwife (CNM) during her undergraduate nursing coursework at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH. It continued with her varied experiences over a three year period as a labor and delivery nurse on the night shift at Mountainside Hospital in Montclair,… [Read More…]
A Blessing It is a blessing to be doing what you really love as a profession. To me, it is a blessing to be a midwife, supporting women as they transform throughout their lives. Being a midwife is being with women as they do amazing things. Pregnancy, labor, birth and motherhood are amazing. It is… [Read More…]
Roxann Mitchell (Roxie), CNM has practiced midwifery for the past 21 years. Her choice to become a Midwife was born of a need to support women in the beautiful, powerful work of childbirth. She worked as a Registered Nurse in the maternity unit at Hackettstown Medical Center for fifteen years providing postpartum, nursery and labor and… [Read More…]
Megan was born and raised outside of Burlington, Vermont. She became interested in healthcare during high school and volunteered as an Emergency Medical Technician for more than five years. While studying nursing at the University of Vermont she became active in public health affairs and studied abroad in Uganda, where she first attended births with… [Read More…]
Lori vividly recalls learning about fetal development and birth during a memorable exhibit at Disney World, where she visited when she was seven. Her mother always shared with her the joy of her own birth experiences, which fostered a positive perception of pregnancy, birth, and motherhood from a young age. In high school, she wanted… [Read More…]