REGISTRATION IS OPEN CLICK HERE! WE HAVE ANOTHER AWESOME CONFERENCE COMING YOUR WAY.
UPDATES AND INFORMATION
July Class Start: Applications are accepted from March 1st - June 15th.
Already enrolled? Link to ATMMTP E-Learning Portal
The Association of Texas Midwives facebook page has ongoing posts and discussions of interest. Please check it out and contribute to the community discussion!
Check out our education section to learn more about what it takes to become a midwife. Click here for info.
Membership renewals will now be good for 1 YEAR FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE. After you renew this time the system will send out an expiration notice 1 month prior to your next renewal.
RENEW NOW TO RECEIVE YOUR CONFERENCE DISCOUNTS AND STAY UP TO DATE ON IMPORTANT LEGISLATIVE OR TDLR UPDATES!
April 25th, 2019 4:00pm
Greatwolf Lodge, Grapevine, TX
See the ATM Board Meeting Schedule for the time and location of the next ATM board meeting.
ATM works hard to represent the interests of midwives all across the state of Texas. We keep a close eye on legislation, and attend meetings of the Texas Department of Health Midwifery Board to be sure the needs of Texas midwives are communicated. Through the help of their Regional Directors, ATM members are able to keep informed of current issues. Every member is encouraged to express her/his concerns to the ATM Board of Directors and to the Midwifery Program. If you are a Texas Midwife and have not already done so, we encourage you to join us.
As midwives, we believe the practice of midwifery to be distinct from the practice of medicine. Midwifery is a discipline pertaining to a normal cycle of life, the childbearing years. We base our profession on the midwifery model of care:
To advance the quality and accessibility of midwifery in Texas.
ATM nurtures the profession and traditions of midwifery in Texas.
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Association of Texas Midwives
P.O.Box 887 Elmendorf, TX 78112
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"To advance the quality and accessibility of midwifery in Texas."
The Association of Texas Midwives recognizes the negative impacts of bullying and harassment upon the practice and profession of midwifery in Texas. We do not tolerate violence, manipulation or coercion of any kind by any source.