Kim Morphet, CNM, M.S.N.
The care and support I received from my midwife through the course of my first pregnancy and birth was the spark that interested me in women’s health and the motivating factor that set me down the path to becoming a certified nurse midwife. In my practice, I have found that educating women about the normalcy of pregnancy and birth and becoming familiar with each patient in order to know when something is deviating from the norm is a key art to the service of midwifery. I truly believe that helping women become their own best advocates as they make health care decisions allows them to realize their own inner strength, culminating in birthing experiences that are not overshadowed by fear or anxiety.
I graduated from Florida State University in 2002 with my Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing. Spending the first seven years of my nursing career in Labor and Delivery, I gained invaluable experience that was fundamental in taking the next step in my own career path – attending midwifery school at the University of Cincinnati. I was awarded a Masters of Science in Nurse-Midwifery with a post-masters certificate in Women’s Health in 2009. I have lived in Tallahassee, FL for most of my life and have worked as a nurse-midwife in a private practice for the past three years. I couldn’t be more excited about relocating to San Antonio and continuing my midwifery career in a new setting with a great team.
I am a member of the American College of Nurse Midwives. I spend the majority of my free time with my best friend Taimour, our two beautiful daughters Kalin and Sage, and our sweet baby boy, Rohen. My favorite hobbies include tennis, mountain biking, and swimming.
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