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Our Midwives

Latisha Campbell, C.N.M,M.S.N,A.R.N.P.

Physician Name, MD

Latisha graduated from State University of New York Health Science Center in Brooklyn, New York with a Masters of Science in Nursing and Certification in Nurse-Midwifery. She has been a Registered Nurse since 1997 and a Certified Nurse Midwife since 2002.

Latisha specializes in adolescent gynecology and prenatal care.


Rebecca Chauvin, C.N.M,M.S.N,A.R.N.P.

Rebecca Chauvin, C.N.M,M.S.N

Rebecca Chauvin was raised in Boca Raton, FL. She attended Florida Atlantic University, where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. She attended Frontier Nursing University in Hyden, Kentucky, the country’s oldest school of midwifery, where she received her Master of Science degree in Nursing. Rebecca has nine years of high risk labor and delivery experience. She also works as a neonatal intensive care nurse at Saint Mary’s Medical Center in Palm Beach County. Rebecca previously worked as a midwife at Bethesda Memorial Hospital, providing inpatient midwifery care to high risk mothers. She continues to maintain her S.T.A.B.L.E. certification and neonatal resuscitation provider certifications. Rebecca is especially interested in preventing premature birth and is active with the March of Dimes.


Christina Fallacaro, C.N.M,M.S.N,A.R.N.P.

Christina Fallacaro, C.N.M,M.S.N,A.R.N.P.

Christina was born and raised in Florida. She received her  Bachelors of Science  in nursing at Florida Atlantic University. She then went on  and  graduated  Magna Cum Laude from Frontier Nursing University  with her Masters of Science in Nursing and certification in Nurse Midwifery.  Christina has  been a  part of the south Florida women's health community since 2003, working in both private practice and community hospitals. She is a member of the American College of Nurse Midwives and a secretary to the S.E Florida Chapter. Christina specializes in adolescent gynecology and contraceptive management. She believes women should be active participants in their own healthcare and practices patient centered care.


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