Need a midwife?

We will contact you when a place becomes available.

If this is your first time using midwifery services, we ask that you attend an information session before your first appointment.

Information sessions:

The information sessions for the midwifery services will take place online until further notice. To attend the online session, call 514 937-9251 ext. 6258.

The sessions take place from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.

  • December 12 (French)
  • January 9 (English)
  • January 23 (French)
  • February 13 (English)
  • February 27 (French)
  • April 17 (English)
  • May 1 (French)
  • May 22 (English)
  • June 5 (French)
  • June 26 (English)
  • July 10 (French)
  • July 31 (English)
  • August 14 (French)
  • September 4 (English)
  • September 18 (French)
  • October 9 (English)
  • October 23 (French)
  • November 13 (English)
  • November 27 (French)

For whom are these services?

Midwifery services are for pregnant women and people living in the Great Southwest of Montreal, including Verdun and around, as well as their families.

Need more details about the services offered by midwives?

See our flyer HERE (English)

Like family doctors, midwives are autonomous, primary healthcare professionals in Quebec’s public health system. They provide comprehensive care throughout the perinatal period, with a global approach to care with a strong focus on relational continuity. They offer:

  • Comprehensive care from early pregnancy to 6 weeks following birth for mother and newborn;
  • Information sessions on available services;
  • Complementary exams (lab tests, prescriptions, ultrasounds, etc.);
  • Prenatal classes;
  • Home birth and hospital birth for the moment (once our birthing centre is built, that option will also be available);
  • Home visits after birth;
  • Breast-feeding support.

All services are covered by RAMQ.

Midwives work in collaboration with medical teams for any consultations and transfers needed during the pregnancy, birth and postpartum period. We strongly believe women should be able to choose the conditions in which their pregnancy and birth take place. Midwifery services adopt a comprehensive and feminist approach to health.

Clic here for more information about the history of this project!

The midwifery services NOTEBOOK

Table of contents

Each text is avalable in PDF formatLearn more about midwifery

Pregnancy

Delivery

Breastfeeding

After birth

Resources

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