I am set to graduate from midwifery school in August 2012. Currently I live in Orlando, FL. I would like to open a homebirth practice in Florida. I really want to move closer to the ocean and live in a coastal community. I am asking you ladies where midwives are needed in Florida. I already have a pretty good idea of where most midwives are working and where some need is.
Maybe someone has a suggestion I have not thought of yet :)
Thanks so much for your input!
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