Wellness | What Do Certified Nurse Midwives Do?

Lisa Zelinsky

Here, at The Women’s OB/GYN Group, Certified Nurse Midwives (CNM’s) provide pregnancy and birth care for low-risk women, utilizing a holistic approach that supports the natural processes of pregnancy, labor, birth and postpartum care. Our CNM’s have a Master’s degree, are certified through the American Midwifery Certification Board and are licensed by the Maryland State Board of Nursing.

Midwife means “with women” and at The Women’s OB/GYN Group, our midwives emphasize education, wellness and shared decision-making. Our midwives approach pregnancy and birth as normal physiologic processes, resulting in excellent outcomes for mothers and babies. If complications arise, our experienced team of OB/GYN physicians is available for consult and/or co-management.

Midwives also provide well-women gynecologic care, family planning and preconception counseling.

Schedule an appointment today to experience the difference of Midwifery care, 410-997-8444!

The Women’s OB/GYN Group is excited to announce the arrival of a new physician to our practice. OLAWUNMI KILO, MD is set to join our team of women providers, June 4, 2018. With her addition to the team, we now have six OB/ GYN physicians, three midwives, three GYN only physicians and two certified nurse practitioners offering superior service.

Dr. Kilo received her undergraduate degree from Hood College in Frederick, MD and her Medical Degree from Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA. She completed her Obstetrics & Gynecology residency at Saint Peter’s University Hospital in New Brunswick, N.J.

Prior to joining us, Dr. Kilo worked with Saint Agnes at Baltimore Medical Systems, since 2016. She is excited about joining The Women’s OB/ GYN Group and looks forward to having the opportunity to provide care that is tailored to each patient’s stage in life!

Schedule your appointment with Dr. Kilo today, 410-997-8444!




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