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#1 of 5 Old 06-16-2003, 11:36 AM - Thread Starter
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I'm looking for a midwife in the minneapolis area. I just talked to my insurance and they cover CNM's and was looking through the directory and there's a bunch! I just feel wierd picking one based on how there name looks printed on a page . Anyone have any good recomendations for me?

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You might want to post this on the Tribal Areas - Minnesota thread. that is a very active thread and maybe they can direct you.

I have not insights

Good luck!
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Actually, I am going to copy this thread over there and hopefully the tribal mama's there will help ya out!



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I love the mw's at Fairview Riverside Women's Clinic (25th & Riverside). I've been with them for years. I especially like Michelle Brechon. But they're all really nice & compassionate.
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I am not sure if she is still there but I used Edie Weiss-Holzbauer and she rocked. she is actually in Olivia but that is pretty close to the cities. Anyhoo, loved her. she was only here for a few months but everyone I know how used her services loved her.

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