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Millerri-Nyumbarlian Midwifery Navigator service

The Millerri-Nyumbarlian Midwifery Navigators are experienced Clinical Midwife Consultants who assist pregnant women with specific health needs to navigate through the health and maternity care systems.

About the service

The Millerri-Nyumbarlian Midwifery Navigators:

  • Provide information on maternity model of care choices and aim to link women in with a named lead care provider
  • Coordinate pregnancy, birth and post-birth care
  • offer individualised care planning that acknowledges the woman’s emotional, social, cultural and spiritual considerations
  • Work with the woman and her care providers to ensure the woman and her baby are kept at the centre of care 
  • Provide information and support to women via face-to-face appointments, telehealth (video call) or via phone consults
  • Refer women to community and online support services as required 
  • Are available Monday to Friday 8am-4pm (excluding public holidays)


The Millerri-Nyumbarlian Midwifery Navigators aim to:

  • Work with vulnerable women and their families to develop a deeper understanding of their individual health needs, in order to provide the most appropriate supports 
  • Support early and ongoing engagement with services to improve health outcomes for women, their babies and their families
  • Provide and link women with additional support through pregnancy and early parenting to improve their experience of maternity care and optimise their lived experience of early mothering


Please contact the Millerri-Nyumbarlian Midwifery Navigators to find out more information regarding the service. External Health professionals can refer using the direct referral from the PHN website. The Millerri-Nyumbarlian Midwifery Navigators welcome self-referrals, referrals from family, friends or community groups.  Please send an email with the following information to

  • Name and date of birth of pregnant woman
  • Estimated due date
  • Home address
  • Phone number
  • Email
  • Relevant information ie physical and mental health, psychosocial circumstances

Last updated 01 Dec 2022