Six Nations Health Services • 1745 Chiefswood Rd • Ohsweken ON • N0A 1M0
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   Programs and Services  
Ambulance Services
Birthing Centre
Diabetes Education Program
Early Childhood Development
Family Health Team
Health Promotion & Nutrition Services
Healthy Babies
/Healthy Children
Iroquois Lodge
Long Term Care
Medical Transportation
Mental Health
New Directions Group
School Nurses
Sexual and Clinical Health Nurses
Share AP
Therapy Services
Aboriginal Midwifery Training Program
Aboriginal Midwifery Background
Aboriginal Midwife Exemption
Authorized Six Nations Aboriginal Midwives
Aboriginal Midwifery Training Calendar
For centuries, the traditional Onkwehon:we Midwife cared for her community throughout the lifecycle. She specialized in providing safe and competent care to women during the reproductive cycle. She accepted the responsibility and the gifts that the Creator gave her and prayed for guidance in understanding and practicing her gifts.

In 1991, midwifery was regulated as a profession in Ontario. Following legislation, the title “midwife” became a protected name. Only individuals registered with the College of Midwives are eligible to legally practice midwifery in Ontario. The only exception is Aboriginal Midwives, who are exempt as stated in the Midwifery Act.

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