Four Directions

The Work We Love

Midwives offer safe, no-cost primary medical care to pregnant people and their loved ones throughout their journeys into parenthood. Once the baby  arrives, we look after them too.

We offer longer prenatal appointments so that we can work with those we serve to help them gain confidence and knowledge to make informed choices that align with their unique paths through pregnancy, birth, and early parenthood.

Join Our Circle

If you are pregnant, and wanting to explore the option of midwifery care,
book a one-hour meet and greet now!

  Not ready to commit? Give us a call!
we’d love to chat and answer any questions you may have about your maternity care options.

The Four Of Us

We are a team of Indigenous, Registered Midwives.

If you ever need us, we are available by pager, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Throughout your pregnancy, you’ll get to know us very well and we think that’s pretty important. We will be by your side through all your prenatal appointments, and any hospital visits you may need. We don’t deliver your baby – You do! But we will be there to catch your little one wherever you choose to give birth; in any hospital, home, or birth center. We even do home visits after you bring your baby home: We love a Babymoon pajama party!

I am a Lakota Sioux Midwife, from Muskopetung First Nation. It is my honor and privilege to be invited into the lives of our clients and share with them one of the most transformative experiences life can offer - pregnancy and the welcoming of a new baby into the world!

Toby Douglas RM

I am Cree-Métis, raised in treaty 6 and 7 territories. Midwife means to be "with woman" and my love of mother nature shaped my calling into this beautiful profession where I get to nurture and hold space for women and childbearing people on their unique journeys into parenthood.

Jessica Swain RM

I am an Inuk-Métis midwife, from Treaty 2 territory, with Inuit roots in the Kivalliq region. I firmly believe that birth is a normal and natural process and that all pregnant people should have informed choice.

Hope (Atuat) McLennan RM

I am First Nations from Hagwilget Village in northern BC, where my great-grandmother was a traditional midwife to our Nation. I feel so proud to walk in her footsteps.

Danielle McCreary RM

We're here when you need us!

We are available via pager
24 hours a day 7 days a week!

Our Directions

Four Directions Midwives aim to provide care to women of Calgary and surrounding communities, including Tsuut’ina, Morley, Eden Valley and Siksika

Worried about transportation to your appointments? We are midwives on the move! Ask us how we can help you access midwifery care in whatever direction you live.

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