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New Hampshire

New Hampshire requires certification to practice midwifery in the state.

After 20 years of being regulated under the Department of Health and Human Services, New Hampshire enacted legislation in 1999 creating an independent Midwifery Council, a regulatory agency with rule-making authority. The council is currently drafting rules for the practice of midwifery.

New Hampshire Midwifery Council

A state agency

Contact: Monica Stevens, Chair
NH Midwifery Council
84 Trask Road
Colebrook, NH 03576
(603) 237-8686

New Hampshire Midwives Association

Contact: Sherry Stevens, CPM, President
124 Winona Road
Meredith, NH 03253
Phone: 603-279-4197

NH Affiliate of the American College of Nurse-Midwives


Contact Info:


None at this time

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Link to ACNM for Information on Certified Nurse Midwives