According to Bethel University:
|Certified nurse-midwives specialize in providing healthcare to women of all ages including primary care as well as prenatal, birth, newborn, and gynecological care. Certified nurse-midwives work on the front lines of primary care with under-served communities and in urban and rural settings, providing women-centered care to women in all stages of life. Gain the skills to practice in clinics, hospitals, and birth centers in under-served communities, in rural and urban settings, and around the world. The nurse-midwifery bridge program is for RNs with a bachelor’s degree in an area other than nursing who desire to obtain their M.S. in Nurse-Midwifery degree.