Midwife directory

Waikato Home Birth Association provides this information to assist women who are looking for a midwife that offers home birth. The midwives listed on this page are current members of of the Association.

More home birth midwives can be found on the searchable directory Find your Midwife.

We strongly encourage everyone to find a midwife that suits them best. Here is a list of questions you may want to ask a potential midwife.

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At this time De is only taking on repeat clients. However, is still a proud professional member, and committee member, of Waikato Home Birth Association.

Katcha Midwifery Services
027 485 0611

021 152 1844 or 022 191 4940

Annika and Zahra provide shared care to women. They strongly trust the natural ability of women's bodies to grow and birth their babies, and believe this sacred process works best when left undisturbed as much as possible. They feel immensely privileged to walk beside women and families on their childbirth journey, and their midwifery hearts sing loudest when supporting them in their own space at home. They love their work and are passionate about providing positive, empowering, and safe midwifery care.

They have a pool and califont available for those wanting a waterbirth at home.

They work with women in the Hamilton area.

07 871 9114

Karene is grounded in natural birth and believes that most women are able to safely give birth without medical intervention, she therefore supports women who choose to birth at home or in a primary birthing unit. Karene provides care that is holistic and gentle, supportive and empowering, and acts in partnership with the woman and her family / whānau, sharing decision-making, knowledge and skills.

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027 218 2137

Congratulations on your pregnancy - this is an exciting and emotional time for you. I come to midwifery with a love of working with women and a strong belief that pregnancy is a normal and exciting time in each woman’s life. Each woman's journey is individual and it is a privilege to walk alongside them. I have a particular interest in home birth and am happy to support women who wish to birth at home or in a birth centre. If their journey should change to need extra support, I am happy to support them in a hospital setting. Wherever a woman births, my goal is to help her feel she has all the tools to have the best experience she can have. Antenatal appointments are about 1 hour long and I include midwifery specific acupuncture at no cost for women in my care who choose it. I live in the outskirts of Hamilton with my husband and four children aged 17, 16, 14 and 10. We have an old house we are slowly renovating, two golden retrievers, three cats and a menagerie of other animals. I look forward to meeting you.

How to get hold of me
I am available for enquiries from 8.30 am - 5pm week days. Please call or text me on 027 218 2137 or email any time on walnuthouse6@gmail.com. My clinics are currently in Hamilton at Waterford Birthing Centre on a Monday and in Morrinsville at Morrinsville Community House on a Thursday.

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027 294 4338

Congratulations on your pregnancy! I am a midwife working in the Hamilton and surrounding areas. My husband and I have five children (ages 12, 9, 5, 3 and under 1 year old) and it's through my experience with them which inspired me to become a midwife and follow my dream. I keep a small caseload to allow more time to spend one-to-one with women and their families. I would like the opportunity to work alongside a woman and her family to provide woman centred care, and experience their journey into parenthood.

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How to get hold of me

I am based at our new clinic 384 Peachgrove Road, Chartwell, Hamilton
The best way to contact me is via text 027 294 4338.
Visit my website www.katygoldsmithmidwife.co.nz or Facebook page 'Katy Goldsmith Hamilton Midwife.'
I look forward to hearing from you!

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027 203 9510

I'm a mamma of three now grown babies, all born at home here in the Waikato. I'm a member of the Homebirth Collective and WHBA as well as the resolutions midwife for NZCOM.
I care about birth and woman's rights to birth on their own terms and all that flows from that - bonding breastfeeding, well woman and babies and whānau. I have a birth pool and a home birth kit, I also provide acupuncture for pregnancy. I believe in equity and fairness in life.  I enjoy gardening dog training, swimming, aromatherapy, natural healing, bike riding, laughing and good food and friendships. I'm passionate about birth.
I believe pregnancy and childbirth are one of the most natural and

exciting phases in a woman’s life. My philosophy reflects a holistic approach while providing safe, professional, empowering and woman/whānau orientated care.

I’ve been a Midwife since 2007. Throughout my midwifery career I’ve supported women and their families in all kind of birthing environments - at home, in birthing centres and in hospitals nationally and internationally.
My 2 years as Midwifery Supervisor in India and South Sudan have not only confirmed my believe in home births and the ability in birthing our babies but have also taught me immense skills to support you and your family safely in any circumstance.
Since 2010 I’m a fully trained Maternity Acupuncturist which accompanies alternative treatment options for you. To offer you wholesome care, acupuncture is free of charge for women under my midwifery care.
My clinic is based at River Ridge East Birth Centre, Hamilton East.
I'm a proud Mama of a gorgeous wee little girl and live with my family in Hamilton.
Please visit my webpage for more details: www.altews-midwifery.com
Call/ text during business hours 02102571730
You are welcome to email me any time at info@altews-midwifery.com
Find me on Facebook under Anna-Lena Tews, Midwife
I look forward to hearing from you!
I cover all areas of the Waikato that are within an hour’s drive from Hamilton.
Contact details
Areas I cover 
Hamilton, Morrinsville, Cambridge, Karapiro, Matangi, Ohaupo, Te Awamutu, Te Kowhai, Taupiri, Ngaruawahia and Huntly areas. If you do not live within these areas then please still get in touch and we can discuss on a case-by-case situation.
Kia ora and congratulations! As an LMC midwife, my job is to support you through your pregnancy, birth and postnatal journey to facilitate a safe and positive experience. Over the course of your pregnancy we will work together discussing current and relevant information about your pregnancy, screening choices, birthing options, potential complications and postnatal care for you and your newborn baby. It is very important to me that you feel well informed to make the best decisions for you and your whānau. I will visit you regularly at home after the birth to help establish breastfeeding and support the ongoing health of you and your baby.
I completed my Bachelor of Midwifery through WINTEC in December 2017 and was awarded the ‘Waterford Birth Centre Award for Excellence in Primary Care’. Working as an LMC midwife in the Waikato region for the last three years, I care for a caseload of 4-5 women each month, typically consisting of 67% urban and 33% rural-based. Ensuring all women have access to excellent care is a priority for me. I enjoy working with a wide range of women and actively promote homebirth for women with uncomplicated pregnancies. I am a strong advocate and support women who have made informed choices regarding their own health. I also speak Spanish if English is your second language.