MIDWIFE FELLOWS & VOLUNTEERS

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Anna Haas, MSN, APRN, CNM, Nurse-Midwife

Originally from northeast Pennsylvania, she has spent 2 years in Honduras and 2 years in Guatemala working at Casa Materna, a rural clinic & birth center. She is glad for the opportunity to be at Holy Family as a midwife fellow. 

 

Bachelors of Science in Nursing, Eastern University: 2016

MSN Nurse Midwifery, Jefferson University: 2021

 

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Kate Plummer, MSN, APRN, CNM, Nurse-Midwife

Kate Plummer has been a midwife for over 20 years and is returning to birth work here at Holy Family after practicing outpatient sexual and reproductive healthcare in Vermont for the past 10 years. Kate has wanted to come to Holy Family since she was a student nurse-midwife in the 1990s, and is so happy finally to have found her way here. In addition to midwifery work in both birth center and hospital settings, Kate has taught psychiatric and maternal-newborn nursing, and worked in nursing administration and public health nursing. More recently, Kate has been exploring the spiritual side of nursing and midwifery, and in 2018-19 she completed a 400-hour Clinical Pastoral Education internship in healthcare chaplaincy at the University of Vermont Medical Center.  Outside of work, Kate is the mother to a grown up daughter and is a beginner bird watcher.

Bachelor of Arts--social anthropology, Harvard University, 1991

Master of Science in Nursing, Yale University, 1999

 

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Erica Baron, Registered Nurse

Erica is from the Sunshine State of Florida. She found that Nursing was for her when she saw the need for safe and client centered care in her international travels. She graduated with her BSN from Grand Canyon University in 2014. Her work has ranged from hospital, home health, and public school to even summer camp and mercy ship settings.

 

In 2017, she started working at a birth center in Florida and soon discovered that mother/baby care was her passion. Within 3 months of working there, she started her own journey into motherhood. Erica had the privilege of walking out two pregnancies among the mothers and midwives she served in the birth center. She brought two beautiful girls into the world among her birth community and felt so loved and supported through the process.

 

When Erica is not home with the girls, she is doing what she loves, working in birth and postpartum/lactation. She is trying her best at learning the Spanish language and advancing her lactation certification to become an IBCLC. She is so excited to be a part of your care at Holy Family!

Bachelors of Science in Nursing, Grand Canyon University, 2014