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Margaret Holcomb, DNP, CNM
Pamela Platis, CNM
Linda Balles, MSN, CNM
Jill Martin, MSN, FNP
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Serving women of all stages of life, Capital Region Midwifery is the 
only midwife-owned practice in the Capital Region to offer gynecological, 
women’s health, and labor and delivery services in a hospital setting.


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(518)326-1620 | CapitalRegionMidwifery@gmail.com | Troy, NY
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For appointments, call any of our offices.
2109 15th Street, Troy, NY 12180  ~  63 Hurley Ave, Kingston, NY 12401
145 Vly Road, Suite 8, Niskayuna, NY 12309




Maureen Murphy, MS, CM
Elizabeth Pickett, CM, MS, LM
Megan O'Connor, CM, MS, LM
Welcome!

It is with great pleasure that we announce the "birth" of Capital Region Midwifery! We opened our doors on January 1, 2012 and care for women of all ages....whether they be women in our care now, or women looking for midwifery care in the near future.

We offer birthing at two locations:  the Burdett Care Center located in Samaritan Hospital in Troy and the Ellis Bellevue Woman’s Center in Schenectady.  We collaborate with the physicians of Seton OB/GYN and the hospitalists of Ellis Bellevue. 

We are excited about the great places women have as an option for birth in a hospital in our area!  Click here to learn more about us

Midwife means with woman.  We are truly with women.

Pregnancy is a natural process.
Everyone deserves a safe and satisfying birth experience. In most cases, birth can occur with very little intervention. Capital Region Midwifery offers women and families a safe and personalized birth experience.  We listen.  We educate.  We support our patients and we empower them to make decisions about their own care. 

We care about women.
Listening to our patients, caring for their needs, and providing a respectful and nurturing environment is what we do best.  Beyond birth, we care for women throughout their lifetimes.  We offer well-woman care, gynecological exams, family planning, and menopausal care.  
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Oak leaf and acorns
Why the acorns and oak leaf as a symbol?

In Norse and Celtic culture acorns symbolized life, fertility and immortality. Others regard the acorn as a symbol for power and survival.

According to the Acorn and Oaks page, since the acorn only appears on a fully mature oak, it is may be regarded as a symbol of the patience needed to attain goals over long periods of time, thus representing perseverance and hard work.

"The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn."
 - Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Troy Office
518.326.1620 (ph)
518.326.1622 (fax)

Hudson Valley
845.383.1231 (ph)
845.383.1253 (fax)

Latham Office
(IN NEW LOCATION)
518.608.4471 (ph)
518.608.4489 (fax)

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OFFICE LOCATIONS

2109 15th Street 
Troy, NY 12180

63 Hurley Avenue
Kingston, NY 12401

145 Vly Road, Suite 8
Niskayuna, NY 12309
Please be aware that your appointment is not finalized until our office confirms your request via phone.
Welcome to Capital Region Midwifery!  

We are excited to announce our Capital Region Midwifery stats for 2015!
We had more than 360 births, our vaginal delivery rate was 83%, our successful VBAC (vaginal birth after cesarean) rate was 70%, and our primary C-section rate was only 12%!  We are very proud of our fourth year and so honored to be able to provide our midwifery services for the Capital Region.  

New in 2015:  The women of the Hudson Valley have a new voice in their care! Liz Pickett CM, MS, LM and Megan O'Connor CM, MS, LM, bring their years of experience, joining our Capital Region Midwifery Team in our new Kingston Branch and offering birth at the beautiful Kingston Hospital Birth Place.   Now open for appointments!  CLICK HERE to see photos from our Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on June 2nd.

This just in!  Margaret Holcomb Achieves NCC National Certification in Electronic Fetal Monitoring.  CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.
August is national breastfeeding month!
Click here to see our breastfeeding resources.