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My husband, Tom and I knew one day we wanted an adventure, especially since we loved experiencing new cultures. Opportunity knocked on the door in 2003, when we were given the chance to live far away from home, in a different continent. It didn't take us long to make our decision.
Filled with excitement, we packed up our sons and crossed the "pond" from our birthplace of England to make our new home in the United States. Thankfully, the language was the same! Life was decidedly different for us in Denver, Colorado, but we loved it. I brought my English tea and felt right at home. Several years later, we moved to beautiful St. Augustine.
After settling in, I was able to focus on my passion of women's health. Midwifery has been my call for more than 15 years. In 1996, I received my Registered Nursing and Midwifery license from Chester University England, UK, College of Nursing and Midwifery. I was a midwife for eight years there, having obtained my Bachelor's of Science degree with a specialty in women's health from Glasgow Caledonian University. I was honored to receive my Master's of Science degree from Philadelphia University, in 2010 and finally become a board certified Nurse Midwife in 2012.
I so enjoy the teaching aspect of my work. Providing health education classes for OBGYN Associates of St. Augustine allows me to empower women with knowledge about their bodies and caring for themselves. The Wildflower Clinic provides health care for low income and uninsured clients of St. John's County and I enjoy volunteering my time there to help others.
Life in St. Augustine and the United States has been good to us. Also, my sons Conor, Ben and Callum help our community and help those who are less fortunate. We are able to keep fit with hiking, scuba diving and keeping up with our active boys. There are some customs I still hold on to, like drinking my English tea. I look forward to being a part of your health care and having a good chat over a "cuppa tea."