Pamela Rox, ARNP, CNM

My formal education began at Mary Hardin Baylor College (BSN) in 1975;  I earned a Masters of Science in Nursing (Maternal Parent Child) at The University of Texas at Austin in 1982 and a Masters of Nursing with a specialty in Nurse-Midwifery from Emory University in Atlanta in 1984, becoming certified as a nurse-midwife in December 1984.   My practical education was gained during the pregnancies and births of my three children and the approximately 4000 moms and babies I’ve directly assisted to birth and the thousands more in which I played a more supporting role.

I believe the worth of a satisfying pregnancy and birth is incalculable in the growth of a family.  I love to get to know women and families and help them to achieve that feeling of success in whatever way they define it.  It’s a real high for me to see their growth, from the beginning of pregnancy (or before) to the birth of their baby and in many situations as their children grow up and have their own families.  What a great career it’s been!  I feel fortunate to have joined a practice where the physicians and midwives share much the same philosophy and consistently do their best for the families they serve.

My philosophy . . .
“You are a midwife assisting at someone else’s birth.  Do good without show or fuss.  Facilitate what is happening rather than what you think ought to be happening.  If you must take the lead, lead so the mother is helped, yet still free and in charge.  When the baby is born, the mother will rightly say ‘we did it ourselves’”.  The Tae Te Ching

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