Please note that Kitchener Waterloo Midwifery clinic and Birth Suite are still operating as normal during the LRT construction on King Street. Directions will be e-mailed to you before your first visit. Click here for Directions

Well, here we are into the cold/flu season again. Your midwives at Kitchener Waterloo Midwifery Associates would like to help by providing our clients with a recognized and widely approved resource link that may provide useful information. Mother Risk is recognized as a reliable information source for over-the-counter (OTC) drug use during pregnancy.
As midwives, we do not diagnose or offer treatment for respiratory conditions. We advise that if you feel you need to seek medical advice that you visit your family doctor or visit a daytime walk-in clinic.

Drugs in Pregnancy         Treating the common cold during pregnancy

We are requesting that you do not bring anyone into the clinic who is coughing, sneezing, or having any symptoms of illness.  This includes toddlers and adults.  We understand that this may be inconvenient at times, but we ask your co-operation for the health and benefit of all. If you have a scheduled appointment and are showing signs of illness, please phone the office and speak with Dawn or Kate.  We will advise you whether to come in or re-book the appointment. 

Kitchener-Waterloo Midwifery Associates is an established practice committed to providing safe and satisfying care that is central to the needs of women and their families.

Midwives are registered health care professionals who provide primary care to low-risk women throughout pregnancy, labour, and birth, as well as postpartum. They are available to clients 24 hours a day.

All of our midwives practice in accordance with College of Midwives of Ontario regulations and standards. We’re a proudly multicultural office with staff who are fluent in a wide variety of languages, including English, Persian Farsi, Turkish, and Mandarin.

Our clients receive care from a small number of midwives, ensuring each mother will know the midwife who attends her labour and birth. Midwifery care is covered by the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP).

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