In the Responsibility of the Midwives section, we discussed the possibility of special circumstances that can occur requiring a transfer of care during pregnancy, labor or postpartum. CMS has an excellent plan of action in the event that you should need care by a physician or your baby should need extra attention. Be aware that the midwives at CMS participate in Peer review through the OMA and any special circumstances are shared with the Certification Review Board. A member of the OMA CRB may contact you after your birth to discuss your experience. By signing this document you are giving permission for your birth to be included in this peer review process. Only Intern and Senior Midwives are allowed to attend Peer review and all of the information shared is confidential.
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