Donna Bio

Original Text: Donna Bio


Donna Maxwell, Certified Nurse Midwife and Perinatal Nurse Practitioner, is a graduate of Pensacola Junior College (A.S.N., 1992) and the University of South Alabama in Mobile (B.S.N. 1995). She attended graduate school at Regis University in Denver, Colorado (M.S.N., 1999) and obtained a post masters certificate in Nurse Midwifery from Philadelphia University, Philadelphia, PA in 2003. Ms. Maxwell is currently working on her Doctorate in Nursing Practice at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (U.A.B.). Ms. Maxwell's work with the Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB-GYN) Residency program at the University of South Alabama in Mobile led to a Clinical Instructor appointment at Florida State University College of Medicine OB-GYN Residency Program in Pensacola, Florida. Ms. Maxwell has been instrumental in developing the CenteringPregnancy® program at the resident clinic. She applied for and received a March of Dimes (MOD) community grant in 2010 to help establish this program. An additional MOD grant was received in 2011 to establish a specialty CenteringPregnancy® program for women with drug addictions.

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Donna Maxwell, Certified Nurse Midwife and Perinatal Nurse Practitioner, is a graduate of Pensacola Junior College (A.S.N., 1992) and the University of South Alabama in Mobile (B.S.N. 1995). She attended graduate school at Regis University in Denver, Colorado (M.S.N., 1999) and obtained a post masters certificate in Nurse Midwifery from Philadelphia University, Philadelphia, PA in 2003.

Ms. Maxwell is currently working on her Doctorate in Nursing Practice at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (U.A.B.). Ms. Maxwell's work with the Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB-GYN) Residency program at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, led to a Clinical Instructor appointment at Florida State University College of Medicine OB-GYN Residency Program in Pensacola, Florida.

Ms. Maxwell has been instrumental in developing the CenteringPregnancy® program at the resident clinic. She applied for, and received, a March of Dimes (MOD) community grant in 2010 to help establish this program. An additional MOD grant was received in 2011 to establish a specialty CenteringPregnancy® program for women with drug addictions.

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