Kimberley Bauer, ND, LM
Midwives of London Health
2376 Main Street, Suite 3
Ferndale, WA 98248
(360) 384-2900
www.ndmidwives.com

Kimberley Bauer, ND, LM

Kimberley came to the Pacific Northwest to attend Bastyr University in 2000, and has happily called the beautiful Northwest home ever since.  As a Naturopathic Physician and Midwife, Kim specializes in natural health care for the whole family, for she loves working with patients of all ages, from infanthood to elderhood, and feels honored to be able to assist childbearing women.

Kim often says if she lived a century ago, she would have been a country doctor, traveling by horse drawn carriage from home to home.  Modern times being what they are, she now drives to her patients homes for births instead, but they will still find the same open, kind, and compassionate bedside manner of old.

Kim is well-known for her clear explanations of treatments and her ability to meet each woman where they are at during the life changing time of the childbearing year. Outside of delivering babies and doctoring, Kim enjoys hiking, gardening, baking, and teaching about medicinal plants, both locally and at Bastyr University in Seattle where she graduated from in 2005.

Kim is a member of the following professional organizations:  AANP (American Assn. of Naturopathic Physicians), WANP (WA Assn. of Naturopathic Physicians), AANM (American Assn. of Naturopathic Midwives), MANA (Midwives Association of North America), MAWS (Midwives Assn. of WA State), and AHG (American Herbalists Guild).


Tamar Lieb, ND, LM, CPM
Midwives of London Health
2376 Main Street, Suite 3
Ferndale, WA 98248
(360) 384-2900
www.ndmidwives.com

Tamar Lieb, ND, LM, CPM

Dr. Tamar Lieb received her doctorate in naturopathic medicine and a certificate in midwifery from Bastyr University. She completed her midwifery training with two months of volunteer service in the South Pacific.

Her first experience of the miraculous wonder of birth took place on a spring day in the sun-warmed goat paddock of a New England farm. She was already immersed in the naturopathic program at Bastyr, but it was after attending the birth of this sweet baby goat (her first in a doula capacity) that she chose to pursue midwifery.

She believes that birth is a natural process that is a life-changing event for the family, and has supported many couples as they make this transition into parenthood. She is is trained as a “Bringing Baby Home” (www.bbhonline.org) facilitator.

In her free time, you will find Tamar hiking, camping, sewing and cooking with friends in her kitchen. She believes the most powerful medicine is often the simplest – the woods, good company, and wholesome food.

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