We pride ourselves on our ability to connect with a variety of people and support them through one of the most important moments of their life. Humor, compassion and commonsense are the hallmarks of our style. Whether you are seeking an natural childbirth with limited medical intervention or the availability of epidural anesthesia during labor, our midwives will work as a your partner to create the best birth experience for you.
Ronni Rothman, CNM
Ronni became a nurse-midwife because it provides the opportunity to do the things she loves most: supporting, teaching, and empowering women to make positive choices in their lives. She has over 20 years of experience attending over 1000 births. And, as a mother of 2 teenage boys, she has personally benefited from the care of nurse midwives.
Ronni has a BA in Sociology from Brandeis University, and a Masters in Public Health from the University of Michigan. After working in public policy and international settings on behalf of women and women’s health, she went back to school to receive her BS in Nursing and an MSN in Nurse-Midwifery at the University of Pennsylvania.
Anne Londergan, CNM
Anne found her passion for midwifery when pregnant with her first child. Her favorite part of the job is the collaboration and partnership with her clients in their healthcare. She graduated from Williams College with a BA in Psychology, then earned her BS in Nursing and MSN in Midwifery and Women’s Health from the University of Pennsylvania. Since becoming a midwife in 2007, she has worked in inner-city clinics and has attended births in both hospital and out-of-hospital settings. She has two children, both born into the hands of midwives.
Jennyfer Floyd, CNM
Jennyfer's path towards midwifery began with her own GYN care, when she had a provider who took time to listen to her and treated her as a partner in her care. She became a nurse midwife to provide individualized care to women throughout the lifespan so that they might feel as empowered as she did.
Jennyfer obtained her nursing education at Montgomery County Community College and Ohio University. Since 2012, she has worked as a postpartum and neonatal nurse at Einstein Montgomery. Jen went on to earn a Masters in Midwifery from Philadelphia University, during which time she spent two semesters at Womanwise. She is ecstatic to be back with the community that helped make her a midwife.