Mission & Philosophy

  • New born care The International School of Midwifery has a mission to uphold excellence in Midwifery education so those with a calling More...
  • Pregnant Belly The Maternity Center in El Paso was founded in 1976 by Shari Daniels. She directed its operations and midwifery programs until 1986. More...
  • Child birth classesStudents are admitted to the school based upon the likelihood that they will be hirable upon graduation. More...


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Program Objectives:

ISOM trains midwives to work in a variety of settings. We believe that in today’s competitive managed care/high malpractice environment, the future of direct entry midwifery will be in the high volume birth center. Our programs will teach students to function and manage this type of birthing venue.

Due to the fact that there is a shortage of midwives capable of working in these settings, we are in a position of having an agreement with South Beach Maternity Associates to train our students to be able to work in their birth centers.


General Information

Class Size:

Class size for the core midwifery classes will average between 15 and 20 students to allow for personal attention and individualized instruction. Non-core midwifery classes may have a larger class size.

Equal Opportunities:

The International School of Midwifery does not discriminate in the admission of its students. It is an equal opportunity employer.


Local Grown

A locally grown business, The International School of Midwifery has been serving South Florida since January 1996

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