Charmaine Northey

Charmaine Northey

Midwife

Education

  • Bachelor of Nursing, Central Queensland University 2010
  • Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery, The University of Queensland 2015
  • Currently undertaking Prescribing for Midwives, Griffith University 2017

Experience

I completed my training at Ipswich General Hospital and then commenced at the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital and the  Mater Mothers Hospital in Brisbane where I was able to care for many women including those with complex or high risk pregnancies. My partner and I moved to Toowoomba last year with 6 of our children where I have been working within a private hospital until joining My Midwives.

Midwifery Interest

I have a deep passion for all things pregnancy and birth. Empowering, educating and advocating for women is what makes me tick. Working in partnership with women and their families during pregnancy, birth and beyond is an absolute privilege. My primary role as a midwife is to inform and support women as they transition safely into motherhood.

Other Interest

I am a mum first and foremost so my interests are largely focused around my children and their busy lives. I enjoy days out exploring our beautiful country with my partner in our 4wd or on our JetSki but also enjoy days at home watching a good movie under a warm blanket.