Katherine Bramhall, CPM, LM, NHCM is a graduate of a nationally accredited midwifery school and practices homebirth midwifery care out of her Vermont home office, serving families in Vermont and just over the border in NH. She blends her philosophy of kindness and acceptance with her depth of knowledge and life experience to provide gentle, peaceful and safe homebirth midwifery care.
Katherine is a fierce advocate for informed choice, partnership in care and evidence-based midwifery. She blends a compassionate heart, deep listening and a scientific mind to offer comprehensive, creative and individualized care to each family she is blessed to work with.
Katherine has worked for years to establish peaceful, collaborative relationships with health care providers all over the state of Vermont, including hospitals, obstetricians, pediatricians, naturopathic doctors, nurse midwives, family doctors, chiropractors, acupuncturists, and much more, so that if the need arises, a family's care can be collaborative and/or transferred in a peaceful and respectful way.
Katherine serves on the Vermont Maternal Mortality Review Board and the Vermont Newborn Hearing Screening Committee as a voice for home birth families.