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The Case of the Mysterious Midwife

One quiet night after midnight, in a lull between labor patients, my midwifery preceptor took me on a tour of the hospital where I was doing my clinical rotation. I had been there for a few months but coming and going through the OB doors I had no idea how the rest of the hospital was laid out. Like Nancy Drew investigating quiet corridors with soft steps and lowered voices, we made our way over to the med surg floor. We introduced ourselves to the nurses who were surprised to learn that midwiv...

Posted By Michele Lunsford | 7/5/2016 9:57:43 AM



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