Meet Yasmeen Bruckner, M.S.N., Gynecology & Maternity Care Provider | UW Medicine

YASMEEN BRUCKNER: I knew that I wanted to work in caring for people when I was younger, and I didn't know how– what path I would take to do that When I was out of college, I did training as a Douala, and I discovered midwives and the kind of care that midwives provide

And so from there, I realized that I was called, more or less, to take care of women during a very transformative time in their life And from that, I've found that I'm interested in more than just pregnancy and birth, but also in caring for women during other times of life Through menopause, through that time where they're not ready for a baby, and so preventing pregnancy And so I I found just a calling to care for women as a whole I think what is really special about being a midwife is that we see people so much

It's more than just a visit once a year It's a visit many, many times over the course of a pregnancy, and then after a pregnancy So that building up relationships, I think, is really satisfying to the provider, but also to the patients who seek us out


Free Email Updates
Get the latest content first.
We respect your privacy.

Parenting Skills


postnatal workout

postnatal yoga

Advertise Here