Deborah Flowers, RN, CPM
- Active with The Farm Midwifery Center since 1982
- Over 1000 births
- Lab Director, Plenty International, Guatemala, 1978-1980
- Valedictorian, Columbia State College School of Nursing, 1995
- Director of Midwifery Program for Plenty Belize, 2000
- Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Williamson Medical Center, 2005-
After receiving her certification and working with The Farm Midwifery Center for a number of years, Deborah worked with Plenty International, serving as the director of a midwifery and childbirth education program, conducting trainings for 12 Mayan women from 10 different villages in the highland region of southern Belize.
In addition to teaching IV Therapy and other classes for The Farm Midwifery Center, Deborah has been one of the primary instructors for the Neonatal Resuscitation Class.
Deborah is now on the board of Midwife International, a nonprofit organization that partners with established clinics and professional midwives to provide leadership and midwifery training opportunities abroad. Students at each site work alongside local students and stay connected internationally through a shared curriculum that combines hands-on skills training with academic study, leadership skills, and service projects.
Contact Deborah: Debrncpm@thefarmcommunity.com
Deborah Flowers observes a Mayan midwifery
trainee at a prenatal clinic in Belize.
Deborah and a new mother