Community Midwives of Kingston

Having a baby?  Consider midwifery care!  

Choosing midwifery care means you are choosing a distinct style of maternity care, focused on childbirth as a normal healthy process, continuity of care and informed choice.  Midwifery in Ontario is a regulated health profession, and has been since the Regulated Health Professions Act of 1991.

Midwives work as independent primary care providers and our services are funded by the Ontario Ministry of Heath - there is no cost to you!

We are a group of midwives who provide continuous, personalized and evidence-based care to women planning a home or a hospital birth.

It is best to contact us as soon as you find out you are pregnant.  Not only is demand for our services high, but it is also beneficial to access prenatal care at the beginning of your pregnancy.  There are occasionally openings for clients later in pregnancy.  Call anytime.  You do not need a referral from a physician to see a midwife.

Click on the "Intake Form" tab at the top of this page and fill in your information if you are pregnant and considering midwifery care.  We will then contact you and guide you through the process.


To find out more about midwifery click on the circles above.  The links will take you to the Association of Ontario Midwives videos "Prenatal Care", "Labour and Delivery" and "Postpartum Care".


**A special thanks to the photographers who provided the photographs used on our website. "Prenatal photo":, "Labour & Delivery" and "Postpartum Care" photos:**



Online Interactive Birth Preparation Course

Beginning January 10th, past clients have raved about Preparing for an Empowering Birth by Sasha Padron.

A big welcome to Elicia Hennebury!

Check out our FB page to learn more about CMK's newest midwife.

We have space for babies due in January 2018 onward!

Simply complete our online intake form and spread the word.  

Homebirth Info Sessions

Interested in having a homebirth, or learning more about it? Sign up at the front desk for one of the monthly info sessions.  A midwife will cover the benefits, research, statistics, emergencies, & walk through our entire set-up and equipment.  Anyone welcome, but space is limited.   
Community Midwives of Kingston
391 Barrie Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7K 3T6
T: 613-544-7127
E: [email protected]