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Nurse-midwives at Mass General provide prenatal, labor and delivery, and postpartum care for patients who are not considered to have a "high-risk" pregnancy. To make an appointment with the Midwifery Service, contact the Obstetrics Program and request an appointment with a midwife.
Danvers: Mass General/North Shore Center for Outpatient CarePhone: 978-882-6767
About Katherine Rushfirth, CNM, MSN
Katherine Rushfirth, CNM, MSN, is associate chief nurse-midwife of the Midwifery Division in the Department of OB/GYN at Mass General and a teaching associate at Harvard Medical School. Her clinical interests are in contraceptive and family planning especially in underserved communities. She has a special interest in eliminating racial and ethnic health disparities and advocating for equitable health care access.
She sees patients at Chelsea Health Center and in Danvers at the Mass General/North Shore Center for Outpatient Care. Katherine speaks Spanish.
Katherine completed her midwifery education at Yale University and also holds a BA from Barnard College.