Our Midwives  

Certified nurse midwives are registered nurses who have graduated from advanced educational programs accredited by the American College of Nurse Midwives. Midwifery practice is the independent management of women’s health care focusing on family planning needs, gynecological needs, care of pregnancy, labor and birth, and the postpartum period.  Midwives practice within am environment that provides for consultation, collaborative management or referral if necessary.  The midwives at Broome OB/GYN have privileges at both Lourdes and Wilson Hospitals.  They have an excellent relationship with their physician colleagues and have enjoyed working together over the years.

Elaine Rosenwach, CNM, FNP Elaine Rosenwach, CNM, FNP
Nursing School: SUNY at Alfred
Advanced Practice: Binghamton University
Master of Science in Family Health
SUNY at Stony Brook
Post-Master’s Certificate in Midwifery
Certification: American Midwifery Certification Board
Certified Nurse Midwife
Academic Appointments: Clinical Preceptor
SUNY at Stony Brook
Department of Midwifery
Hospital Affiliations: Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
United Health Services Hospitals
Professional Associations: American College of Nurse Midwives
New York State Perinatal Association
Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society
Elaine enjoys working with women throughout the life cycle. She also enjoys providing family centered care for pregnancy and birth. Special interests include complementary treatments for perimenopausal and menopausal women. She encourages patients to be active participants in their health care.

Jennifer M. Davidson, CNM Jennifer M. Davidson, CNM
Nursing School: Binghamton University Decker School of Nursing
Advanced Practice:

Stonybrook University School of Nursing Master of Science  Midwifery


American Midwifery Certification Board  Certified Nurse Midwife

Hospital Affiliations: Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
United Health Services Hospitals

Jenn Davidson brings to our practice a vast knowledge of labor and delivery.  Jenn’s goal is to give each patient and their babies the highest level of care possible. Her youth and enthusiasm in caring for women throughout their life makes her an excellent fit for Broome OB/GYN.     


Elaine Rosenwach, CNM, FNP Tina M. Slocum, CNM
Nursing School: Tompkins Cortland Community College
Grand Canyon University
Advanced Practice: University of Cincinnati
Master of Science Nursing – Nurse Midwifery
Certification: American Midwifery Certification Board
Certified Nurse Midwife
Academic Appointments: Clinical Preceptor
University of Cincinnati
Hospital Affiliations: Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
United Health Services Wilson Hospital
Professional Associations: American College of Nurse Midwives
Association of Women’s Health, Obstetrics And Neonatal Nurses
Tina is dedicated to providing women and their families with a caring and personalized approach to their health care experience. She is especially suited to women who desire personalized attention with emphasis on disease prevention, health promotion and education; with time for questions. Tina is passionate about advocacy in healthcare and encourages her clients to become active participants in their own health care decisions. She approaches labor and delivery as a natural process; assisting women and their families through education, support and minimizing unnecessary interventions to maximize safety and provide a positive birth for you and your baby. Tina’s services include: Gynecology: well woman annual exams with pap smear, contraception, STD counseling, prevention and testing from adolescence up to menopause; as well as a full scope low risk obstetrical care: prenatal, labor and delivery, postpartum and family planning.

In our midwifery practice we provide:

Education and Counseling - If we as consumers are educated and informed we become part of the decision making process. Making informed decisions about your health will help to prepare you for the challenges of raising a family.

Active Participation in Decision Making - If we are actively involved in our health care choices, we share in the responsibility for the outcome. Being an active participant in birth can bring about a feeling of empowerment, allowing one to experience fulfillment and pride in one of life’s most powerful experiences.

Family Centered and Personalized Care - Birth belongs to the family. In our practice, family participation is strongly supported and encouraged.

Personalized Care EQUALS Choice - In our practice, options are explored... The mother may want a completely non-medical birth, with no routine IVs, or fetal monitors; she may want to spend her labor soaking in a whirlpool tub, she may want to deliver on her hands and knees, or on her side ... she may want some pain medication, called "sedation", or she may want epidural anesthesia. In midwifery care, within the boundaries of safety, you get CHOICE.

Time Intensive Care - Providing education, counseling, and talking about choices available in childbirth takes time. In addition we listen to your questions and concerns and try to help you during this transitional time of life. MIDWIFERY CARE IS TIME INTENSIVE.
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