PAMELA ROSSER, CNM
My desire to become a midwife began during my second pregnancy when I choose to have my baby with midwives in an out of hospital setting. The difference between the care I received with midwives and the care I had received in my first pregnancy and birth with a doctor in a hospital was dramatic.
In 1993, I graduated from the University of Medicine and Dentistry School of Health Related Professions as a Certified Nurse Midwife. I worked for three years as a CNM in a variety of settings both hospital and birth center gaining experience. Then in 1997 I happily joined Louise Aucott, CNM at Midwifery Care Associates.
Heather Daniel, CNM and Danielle Melican, CNM came to us first as students. We immediately saw they had the passion and heart of true midwives and were hopeful that some day they would join our practice as it grew. Our wishes have come true and now together we offer a full scope midwifery service that includes home and hospital birth in addition to gynecologic care for women of all ages.
Our support of midwifery extends to incorporate participation as clinical preceptor and guest lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania Nurse Midwifery Program, and as clinical preceptor for numerous educational programs.
I live in Pennsylvania with my dear mid-husband Kip and my geriatric cats. I have two wonderful grown sons, Zevan and Cody. I love to garden and cook and cuddle all the babies.
PAMELA R. LEE, CNM., MS
My mother always said I would work with women or babies when I grew up. I majored in Political Science at University of Colorado in boulder, where I’m from, and went to law school with the hope of working with domestic violence victims.
I went to nursing and midwifery school at Yale University and absolutely loved every minute of it. During midwifery school, I birthed my second child, Jasper, at the free standing birth center I also worked at as a registered nurse. It was my time there, both as client and employee, that solidified my desire to practice midwifery primarily out of hospital.
After graduating with an MSN as a Nurse Midwife and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, I spent two years working at Magee Women’s Hospital in Pittsburgh while my husband finished his graduate training. In this time, I caught over 250 babies, gaining so much experience that translates to home birth.
After my husband’s program finished, our family of four moved to New Jersey, his home state – to settle down. I worked per diem in Morristown until I found the right fit for a long term career. I was absolutely ecstatic to join Midwifery Care Associates in April 2017. This practice and the families we serve are truly fuel to my heart.
ELIZABETH R. CLARKSON, CNM., MSN
When I was pregnant with my first child, I knew I wanted to have midwives and birth out of hospital. I used a larger practice and had a planned birth center birth. It was not quite the experience I had envisioned and in 2000 when pregnant with my second and living in the area I discovered Midwifery Care Associates. I fell in love with Louise and Pam. It was exactly the type of personalized care and homebirth I had dreamed of.
As a client I had three beautiful homebirths and have a deep understanding of what draws people to our practice. I feel very strongly that women should have options to birth where they feel most safe and supported and am thrilled to join a practice where this is a shared passion.
I live in Ewing with my husband, four children and a few too many rescue dogs and cats.
LINDA S. MYERS, Office Manager
Linda joined Midwifery Care Associates in September of 1996. She has worked in medical offices for many years and has a nursing background. She handles virtually every non-clinical task around the office and sees that things go smoothly during office hours. She has helped us as a birth assistant, assisted with some procedures in the office, and by obtaining lab specimens as a licensed phlebotomist. She is an excellent resource for all insurance information. Her good cheer and gift for details makes her the perfect practice administrator.