Kirsten Kowalski Death – Kirsten Kowalski, a certified nurse and midwife has died after cardiac arrest. She passed away on Tuesday night, June 27, 2023, after the cardiac arrest. She was the leader and co-founder of Seven Sisters Midwifery, a birth center in Northampton, Massachusetts. She was also the service director at Seven Sisters Midwifery and Community Birth Center. Colleagues, family members and friends of Kirsten Kowalski mourn her death.
What happened to Kirsten Kowalski?
Seven Sisters Midwifery & Community Birth Center while announcing the death of Kristen on their Facebook page posted that “our team is grieving and regrouping. Please know that we are here for you, and that the Birth Center will remain open. If you are scheduled to see Kirsten at your next visit, your appointment will be covered by another one of our midwives. Even as we grieve, we want nothing more than to continue the work of supporting families and welcoming babies in Kirsten’s vision.”
Kirsten Kowalski who lived in South Amherst, Massachusetts was the former certified nurse Midwife at Connecticut Childbirth and Women’s Center, former Midwife at River Valley Midwives and former director at Cradle Maternal Wellness Center before she passed away on Tuesday.
About Seven Sisters Midwifery
In all of Western Massachusetts, Seven Sisters Midwifery is the only independent birth center that is owned and run entirely by midwives. According to the findings of numerous studies, healthy women who are carrying babies with low risks should consider giving birth in a birth center. Seven Sisters Midwifery offers a comprehensive approach to screening clients to ensure that they meet suitable risk thresholds for care with the team during all stages of pregnancy, labor, and birth as well as the postpartum period.
In the extremely unlikely event that they are required, the Birth Center is stocked with life-saving pharmaceuticals, emergency medical supplies, and staff members who have received training to handle difficulties and resuscitations. The birth centers are located just 1.9 kilometers away from Cooley Dickinson Hospital, where they keep tight working connections with the hospital’s staff, midwives, and physicians. This makes it possible for a smooth transition of care to be provided by emergency medical services in the event that it is required.
Kirsten Kowalski obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by family members
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