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Texas direct entry midwives must be "documented" according to the Texas Midiwfery Act.

Direct entry midwifery is done through apprenticeship and approved courses. The midwives must also pass the NARM exam.

A current list of documented midwives in Texas can be found through the Texas Department of Health website at .

Texans for Midwifery

Texans for Midwifery supports midwives working in homes, birth centers and in the hospital.

Where ever women choose to give birth, they should have access to midwifery care.

Contact: Zoie Mitchell, President
, TX

Association of Texas Midwives

, TX

Texas liaison

Contact: Judith Harper Graham, CPM
, TX
Phone: 214-938-2885

Association of Texas Midwives

, TX

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Link to ACNM for Information on Certified Nurse Midwives