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Sarah Sorvillo

Certified Professional Midwife, Certified Herbalist & Childbirth Educator



Hometown: Las Vegas, NV



  • 2006 Child Development at CCSN

  • 2007 Birth Arts International Doula Training

  • 2007 Lactation Education Resources

  • 2008 Certified Labor Doula; Well Rounded Momma

  • 2009 Supporting Families with Newborn Loss

  • 2010 - Current Neonatal Resuscitation Program

  • 2010 - Current Adult & Infant CPR For Healthcare Professionals

  • 2010 Centering Pregnancy Facilitator Training

  • 2012 Heart of Herbs, Herbalist Certification Program

  • 2015 Advanced Doula/Monitrice Training; Well Rounded Momma

  • 2015 Hemorrhage Prevention & Treatment

  • 2016 Holy Fire Usui Reiki Certification 1 & 2

  • 2016 Basic Suturing Skills Lab

  • 2016 Midwifery Apprenticeship

  • 2016 Birth Emergency Skills Training®

  • 2017 Member of the National Association of Certified Professional Midwives (NACPM)

  • 2017 Placenta Preparation Training IPPA

  • 2017 The Art & Science of Breech

  • 2017 Intrapartum Fetal Surveillance for Midwives

  • 2017 Newborn Examination for Midwives

  • 2017 Suturing in a Real Midwifery Practice

  • 2018 Holy Fire Usui Reiki Master

  • 2018 Community Healthworker Training

  • 2018 WHO & CDC Child Growth Assessment Training

  • 2020 Mercy In Action - Cultural Competency

  • 2020 Neonatal Jaundice, HiveCE

  • 2020 Pharmacology for Midwives Including GBS Treatment

  • 2021 Certified Professional Midwife Credential, NARM


I became a midwife because: I had two amazing and empowering homebirths! It was afterwards as I was sharing my birth story with other new moms that I realized a positive birth experience was not the norm.  Many mothers I spoke to seemed angry and sad. I heard many stories about long, painful labors, how they felt scared, that their partners didn’t know what to do, they didn’t feel like anything was explained to them. Some felt cheated or flat out lied to for the convenience of medical staff. It tugged at my heart and I just knew then and there that I had found my purpose. After providing Doula services in Las Vegas for more than a decade, my love for women's health grew.  I wanted to provide the kind of care that I believe women deserve, so I took the next step and received training and apprenticeship to provide midwifery care for families in Southern Nevada.


Before I was a midwife: I worked mostly administrative jobs, including being a shift manager for the emergency room admitting team of St. Rose De Lima and Siena, here in Nevada. 


Hobbies: When I'm not working, you can find me at home with my two kids, researching and playing with old-fashioned remedies. (My kids are the official taste tasters of all of my new tea formulas) I also spend much of my free time reading about women’s health, history and spirituality.