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Welcome!

Midwifery care is based on a respect for pregnancy as a state of health and childbirth as a normal physiologic process and a profound event in a woman’s life.  –  Philosophy of Midwifery Care in Ontario

Welcome your child into the world in the skilled and loving hands of one of our midwives, in your own home or in hospital.  Enjoy our  professional, respectful and personalized service, as we continue the long tradition of combining art and science into the care of pregnant people and babies.  Sages-Femmes Rouge Valley Midwives is a group of 12 midwives providing quality care to clients throughout pregnancy, birth and for 6 weeks postpartum.  Explore our website for more information and feel free to contact us with any questions.

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Waterbirth now available at The Scarborough Hospital

Sages-Femmes Rouge Valley Midwives has had the honour of catching the first baby born in water at The Scarborough Hospital General Campus!  Click here to read an article about it.  Want to read more about the benefits of waterbirth?  Start at Waterbirth International’s website.  For a thorough review of the evidence and research done on waterbirth, check out this article on Evidence Based Birth’s website. 

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Up and running at the new clinic

It’s our first week at the new clinic, and we are gradually getting used to the space.  We are very pleased to have more clinic rooms and bathrooms, and appreciate our clients’ gracious understanding of some areas that are still “under construction”.  Happy holidays to everyone from all of us!

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We are moving in December 2014

Our new clinic will still be located at Port Union and Kingston Road, in the Rylander Plaza; address and directions will be updated once we are start doing clinic appointments in our new, bigger and better space.  Unfortunately, this means we will no longer be offering appointments at the current Ajax site after December.  We apologize for any inconvenience this causes to our clients, but we cannot continue to support two clinics at this time.  More info on the move to follow in future updates. UPDATE:  Opening date at the new place is December 22!

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Did you know?

The word midwife comes from Anglo-Saxon words:  mid = with and wif = woman.  Midwife means someone who is with the woman in her labour.  In French, a midwife is a sage-femme, which means a wise woman providing care.