A native of Kansas City, Missouri, Laurie Rodenberg, CNM, MSN, offers 30
years of experience in labor and delivery and women’s health care.
After earning her nursing degree at Rockford Memorial Hospital School
of Nursing, she worked as a Labor and Delivery nurse for 24 years, with
a specialty in high-risk postpartum care and managing home visits with
high-risk moms and families.
She earned a masters degree in nursing at Chamberlain College of Nursing,
in St. Louis, in 2012, and has served as an adjunct professor of obstetrical
nursing. In 2016, she realized her dream to become a certified nurse midwife,
graduating from Frontier Nursing University.
Midwifery work is “my passion and calling,” Laurie says. “As
a midwife, my desire is to empower and support women in having the birth
experience they desire with a strong emphasis on `shared decision making’.”
Laurie also enjoys supporting women's wellness and family planning/contraception.
Mom to three grown children, Laurie’s favorite free-time pursuits
include meditation, yoga, hiking and photography. “I have always
loved Colorado and the Rocky Mountains,” she says. “I am very
excited that I can now experience all this beautiful state has to offer.”