The CMMC Medical Team
CMMC Has A Comprehensive Medical Team Available for Expectant Mothers
CMMC has a comprehensive team of medical professionals ready to help you with your childbirth experience. Our doctors, nurses, midwives, CNAs and others are here to support you during this special time. Our team includes consulting physicians in a number of specialties. We also have extensive medical resources, including our Neonatal Intermediate Care Unit.
If you need a doctor, visit the Central Maine Obstetrics-Gynecology practice page on the Central Maine Medical Group website.
The Certified Nurse Midwives of Central Maine Obstetrics and Gynecology provide a comfortable, intimate and caring atmosphere for their patients. As midwives, we support our patients in having a healthy pregnancy. At the hospital, we extend our support by giving new mothers-to-be the opportunity to make choices about their birth experience.
Our nurse-midwives are very involved in labor and delivery. They are trained to recognize signs and symptoms that deviate from normal conditions and will consult with a physician as needed.
Our goal is provide you and your family with a positive birth experience. All of our nurses have been specially trained in labor and delivery, as well as newborn, postpartum, breastfeeding, and high-risk care. In addition to their expertise, our nurses take pride in working with you to provide the best birth experience possible. We provide one-on-one care in labor and delivery and spend time with you after the birth of your baby, offering the information you need.
Certified Lactation Consultants
Certified Lactation Consultants are nurses who specialize in assisting mothers with the breastfeeding process. They help mothers with breastfeeding choices and provide information about all aspects of breastfeeding.
Other Health Professionals
CMMC also has nurse specialists trained in the field of mental health. They are available for women who may have emotional or psychological issues that have arisen during or after their pregnancy. Stress, depression and anxiety issues can come up during this time -– but with professional help, they can be treated.
CMMC also has a licensed social worker who specializes in maternal/child health.
We'll also help you with plans following your discharge, should your baby have special needs.