Welcome

Welcome to Midwifery Care North Shore

Congratulations on your pregnancy! Vera and her colleagues at Midwifery Care North Shore (MCNS) understand that growing your family can give rise to ecstatic joy, disbelief, a multitude of questions and much else. Pregnancy, birth and early postpartum is a transitional time and we as midwives feel privileged to use our professional knowledge, skills and connections to accompany women and their families on this journey.

Every woman and every birth is different. The care at MCNS is intended to be a partnership that meets the individual needs of each pregnant woman so that she may have a healthy and safe pregnancy, birth and postpartum. This personalized service includes home and hospital birth, water birth, as well as breastfeeding and early parenting support. We believe in informed decision making and actively involving women in their care.

Our services are paid for by BC Medical Services Plan and supported by Lions Gate Hospital’s maternity unit for North Vancouver and West Vancouver residents; although we are also able to offer care to women living in Vancouver, Burnaby, Bowen Island and the Sea to Sky Corridor who are prepared to travel.

Midwife Vera Berard RN, RM, MA (Midwifery) and colleagues welcome you to explore our website and to connect with us via any of the contact options available. Clicking on the highlighted colored words will bring up additional information.

Celebrating Breastfeeding Mothers and Babies

Celebrating Breastfeeding Mothers and Babies!
Free Family Event: Prizes! Snacks!

Pre-register or Drop in

15th Annual
North Shore Breastfeeding Challenge

Saturday, October 1st, 2016
10 am to noon

Lynn Valley Library
1277 Lynn Valley Road, North Vancouver

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“Breastfeeding: A Key to Sustainable Development 

For more info or to Pre-Register for this Free Event
Contact: Janice Sampson – janice.sampson@vch.ca or Call 778-886-8024
Eventbrite: North Shore Breastfeeding Challenge 2016
Social Media: #nsbreastfeedingchallenge2016

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