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Resources

For Midwives and Families

Midwives can apply for or renew their Idaho license here. Information about filing a complaint with the Idaho Midwifery Board can be accessed here as well.  To file a complaint with the IMC's Quality Insurance Committee, click here.

Learn about the Idaho Midwifery Law. 

Learn about rules and regulations for Idaho midwives.

The Idaho Midwifery Statute refers to the National Association of Certified Professional Midwives (NACPM ) standard. Midwives are required to give clients instructions for obtaining a copy of this document.

The statute refers to the North American 2010 Job Analysis. Midwives are required to give clients instructions for obtaining a copy of this document.

This document speaks to our mutual interest in the health and safety of mother and baby in the event of a transfer from an out-of-hospital setting to a hospital setting.

State law requires two screenings for newborns: dried blood spot screening and screening for critical congenital heart disease, or CCHD. Find information about these screenings here.

Learn about Newborn Hearing Screening in Idaho.

The mission of the Midwives Alliance of North America is to unite, strengthen, support and advocate for the midwifery community and to promote educational, economic, and cultural sustainability of the midwifery profession. 

The National Certifying Organization for Certified Professional Midwives (CPMs).

A national consumer-based organization promoting the Midwives Model of Care, CFM provides information and resources valuable for families learning about midwifery care. 

The Idaho Perinatal Project aims to reduce maternal and infant morbidity and mortality and improve pregnancy outcomes throughout the state of Idaho.

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