Hiring new midwife for Walla Walla

Our well-established LM practice in beautiful eastern WA is looking for a full-time LM employee starting summer 2018.  Starting salary is $40K, vacation time and monthly off-call, and malpractice included.  In-house back-up and consultation midwife available.  Approximately 4-6 births/month and 2-3 full clinic days/week should be expected.  Sign on and year 1, 2, and 3 […]

Birth schedule openings

We are pleased to have expanded birth schedule openings, coverage, and office locations to help meet the needs of current and future clients.  It’s never too late to start care.  Contact Kristin to schedule a consultation in Prosser or Yakima.

Hilarious tweets about an unplanned homebirth


This is one of the funniest things we’ve read about unplanned, FAST homebirths!  These people need a midwife next time!

Rock on Aniyia and Marco!

New Facebook page

Go ahead, check us out on Facebook!  Sunrise Midwifery, LLC

Welcome to April Haugen, MSM, LM, CPM!

Welcome to our new midwife, April Haugen, MSM, LM, CPM!!   She is now taking clients in Ellensburg and Yakima for September-December 2015 births.  April and Kristin will be working closely together during each client’s pregnancy and birth for the best possible care for our clients.  Stay tuned for more information about our new office coming soon in Ellensburg.  Contact us now at 509-780-3330 to schedule your consultation and midwifery care.


New midwife coming to Eburg!!

Very exciting news!  Sunrise Midwifery is welcoming a new LM to Ellensburg starting fall 2015.  So women in Eburg and Yakima will be able to come see us at our office in Eburg!  More information coming soon.

Birth photos wanted!

If you have photos you would like to share from your birth, whether of labor or the baby, please email them to me at midwife@sunrisemidwifery.net.  Let’s show you off!


Thank you to everyone who worked to help this bill get passed!  Licensed Midwives and our clients are in a good place with the requirements for continuing education and statistics on our practices. We are also able to get paid by insurances for newborn care we provide and we can still refer moms and babies for care when they need it.  Contrary to a small, angry minority’s information, HB1773 makes good sense for us all.