Olivia Green, RN, MSN, CNM
Certified Nurse Midwife
Education and Training
- Master of Science, Women’s Health Practitioner,
Certified Nurse Midwife, Georgetown University,
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Texas Tech
University, Lubbock, Texas
- Diploma in Nursing, Baptist School of
Olivia Green is a certified nurse midwife and women’s health practitioner. With over a decade of women’s health experience, Olivia is a proven leader. She views pregnancy as a natural process and encourages women to actively participate in decision-making. Olivia is an ally and advocate for women throughout the course of their pregnancy, delivery and beyond.
She prides herself on her ability to communicate and teach women about what to expect throughout their sacred journey. She also is trained to handle prenatal and birthing complications should they arise. Olivia is well versed in advanced technologies and interventions and is ready to employ these resources as appropriate. Her number one priority is a safe pregnancy and delivery for mom and baby.
Olivia Green was called to midwifery after experiencing the birth of her first son. Since then, she has dedicated over a decade to women’s health. Olivia strongly believes that women should be in control of their health care, and enjoys educating women and supporting their decisions.
What is a Certified Midwife? (CNM)
A midwife is a registered nurse with a Master’s degree and certification by the American College of Nurse Midwives. Midwives are specially-trained to provide expertise in supporting women to maintain a healthy pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum period, family planning, and any additional gynecological needs of women, while emphasizing the importance of education and health.
The Midwife Model of Care
The Midwife Model of Care is built on the foundation of the natural processes of pregnancy and birth.
The Midwife Model of Care is comprised of:
- Monitoring the mother – physical, mental and social well-being
- Providing the mother – personalized education, counseling, prenatal care, and hands-on support during labor, delivery and the postpartum period
- Reducing the need for technological interventions
- Recognizing and referring those women who require obstetrical attention
The application of this patient-centered model of care has demonstrated the reduction of incidences regarding birth injuries, traumas and cesarean sections.
- Obstetric care – prenatal, labor & delivery, postpartum
- Lactation support
- Gynecologic care
- Preventive care – wellness exams
- Contraception – birth control counseling
- Infertility consultation
- Teen health and education