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Tori Hinkle

Certified Professional Midwife & Certified Advanced Labor Doula


Hometown: Akron, Ohio



  • 2011 PIMA medical Institute - CMA

  • 2012 Central Texas College - Nursing (not currently registered or licensed as a nurse)

  • 2015-Current  Recertification adult & infant/ child CPR

  • 2015 Well Rounded Momma - CLD

  • 2016-Current Neonatal Resuscitation

  • 2015 Usui Holy Fire Reiki 1 training

  • 2016 Usui Holy Fire Reiki 2 training 

  • 2016 Birth Emergency Skills Training (BEST) for the out-of-hospital midwife

  • 2017 Newborn Assessment & Fetal Surveillance

  • 2017 Stick ‘Em Up IV Therapy

  • 2017 IPPA & WRM Placenta Preparation Training

  • 2017 Postpartum Training IPPA

  • 2018 NACPM Midwifery Symposium: Cultural Competency, Homebirth Summit, ICM Standards For Midwifery

  • 2018 Community Healthworker Training

  • 2018 WHO & CDC Child Growth Assessment Training

  • 2020 Midwives Responding To Disasters

  • 2020 Cultural Competency, Mercy In Action

  • 2020 Pharmacology for Midwives Including GBS Treatment

  • 2020 Certified Professional Midwife Credential

  • 2021 Midwifery Bridge Certificate - NARM

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I became a midwife because: I love pregnancy, birth and babies! But more importantly because I wanted to give a different, more gentle type of care to my clients. I believe mom's should have a choice in how and where they give birth to their babies. I am also a firm believer in evidence based care so it became my goal to give that type of care as well as choices to the moms and families I serve.


Before I was a midwife: While I was in college I worked as a nanny and then as an administrator at a hospital grade medical equipment company. After college I worked in the medical field in Texas. Then when I moved back to Las Vegas, NV I had my son and when I went back to work, I worked at Horizon View Medical Center.


Hobbies: I enjoy spending time with my family, music, singing, art and crafts, reading and being outdoors!

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