Signed in as:
Signed in as:
Javonne- Midwife, Connie- Assistant, Errin- Assistant
Megan Abril was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio. She graduated from Cuyahoga Community College. With an Associate in Applied Science in Emergency Medical Technology in 2011. She has over 10 years of
experience working as a paramedic for 911, emergency room, ICU and private ambulance. She always knew there was a calling in her life for labor and delivery. She went on a mission trip to Tanzania with the Paul Strait Foundation and taught first aid, CPR, emergency childbirth, homebirth, and trauma
assessments. This confirmed her passion.
Megan is currently in her senior year for her BSN at Chamberlain College of Nursing. Her experience allows her to critically think, recognize emergent situations, show calm support and build trust. She personally knows and understands infertility, vulnerability, traumatic births. This aids in her compassion towards others who may have had a difficult journey. She has a passion for labor and delivery!
She currently holds certifications in NREMT, EMT-P, ACLS, CPR, NRP, PALS and EVOC.
Megan is the wife of Joshua and the mother of two children Lina (12) and Nala (11).
Hello, my name is Ranielle. As early as I can remember I have been fascinated by childbirth. The first time I saw a baby being born I was 8 yrs old. I had the amazing opportunity to be in a birthing room and had a front row seat to see my cousin being born. That was what solidified in me the passion for birth and pregnancy.
Giving birth is powerful and a unique experience for every woman. I have been a nurse for 12 years and enjoy the opportunity I have to educate and help women to be an advocate for their bodies, pregnancy and how they want to have their
birth experience. I am blessed to be a mother of 3 wonderful teenagers who keep me very busy with activities from academics to sports and everything in between.
I love family time and movie nights. I enjoy reading, listening to music, being outdoors and around water.
I have been a registered nurse for six years, most of my career I’ve worked med surg and oncology. I always wanted to do labor and delivery but never pursued it. After recently giving birth at home I decided to take the leap of faith and becoming a midwife assistant to see if I want return back to school for midwifery.
Hi I’m Consuelo D Martin, I started in the medical field as a Medical Assistant in an Internal Medicine clinic. I later became a License Practical Nurse and have been for 17 years. My experience as a nurse has been with Gastroenterology, Pediatrics, Neurology, Endoscopy and now Obstetrics & Gynecology. I am also certified as a Life Coach. I birthed 2 sons but raised 3. I had my sons natural, but in a hospital.
Knowing what I know now, I wish I had a choice in the setting of my births. Since working in OB/GYN I have a greater passion for it because of all of the miseducation or lack thereof. I love educating my patients on their health and options.
I am known as the comforter. I love spending my free time with my family, friends and doing community service.