"When I met Tammy, I was in my early twenties and looking for someone to help solve the mystery of my severe feminine pain. Tammy was very thorough and detailed in working to solve my issues and offer me permanent relief. She took extra time to diagnose me and find a solution. She also, very kindly, informed me that the relationship I was in was not "normal" and was abusive. She offered me suggestions for help and support. She was the voice of reason that I desperately needed to help me realize that what I was suffering was not necessary.

I lost Tammy's office number for several years and was searching for her when I found out I was pregnant (not from the abusive relationship). I spent the first 15 weeks of my pregnancy with a regular OBGYN. The visits were short and rushed. At one point I thought I had lost the baby and the office staff was very stoic and left me feeling lost. Most of the time, I never saw the same doctor and it would take six hours or more to receive answers to questions regarding the pregnancy. When I switched to Tammy, I was amazed at how different the care was. Though I was one of many maternity patients, Tammy took the time to get to know me and my pregnancy. She was extremely detailed and cautious. I could tell that she took the outcome of my pregnancy personally. I was able to reach her on her cell phone any time, day or night, in an emergency. No question ever went unanswered more than an hour. Many times I cried in her office (hormones LOL) and she took extra time to calm my fears when she didn't have the time to give. I attended her four week birth classes and felt extremely prepared for my birth, breastfeeding, and newborn care. When I finally gave birth, Tammy was with me from the time I was 5 cm until many hours after the baby was born. She gave up her personal time to make sure that I was taken care of, and for that I am extremely thankful and feel blessed.

I'm due with baby number two any day now, and Tammy has been an absolute angel. I trust Tammy with my life and feel protected by her and her knowledge and care. I know that no matter what happens in my labor she will handle it and bring me through it. She has become someone who I respect and cherish. I truly love her and all the staff at MIdwifery Care. They have changed my life for the better." -E. Danyi

"Three years ago I gave birth to my son. It was a beautiful, painful, and exciting experience for me. Tammy helped me through that time by keeping me well through my pregnancy and delivering my son. Tammy took care of me before my pregnancy and still does today. Knowing how much she cared about me showed me that having her as the one to deliver my son was the best choice. She takes her time. She makes sure you know what is going on step-by-step. Thanks for taking the time to pray with me and helping me see that there are still good people and angels all around." -L. Mayes

"I don't think I could ever go on the pregnancy and labor journey without Tammy by my side. Both of my children were delivered by her and she helped me to acheive the birth that I was aiming for. She always does what is best for the health of mom and baby, but will try to do all she can to help you achieve the birth experience you desire. My favorite thing about delivering with Tammy is that she educates you very thoroughly. She has birthing classes that are very informative and also answers any questions you may have. She took her time with me never making me feel rushed and really embraced my entire family. She made me feel empowered and in control of my birth experience. I'm so thankful for what she has done for my family. Her entire staff has always made me feel comfortable and right at home." -T. Murphy

Janel Koonse Sletvold's Profile Photo " I am a 10 year breast cancer survivor!! I am one of Tammy's patients. She delivered both of my boys who are now 16 and 11. I am thankful to have met Tammy and for the positive experience I had with both of my deliveries. I was diagnosed on my 10 year wedding anniversary. My oldest son was 6 years old and my youngest was 7 months old. I was breastfeeding my youngest at the time and my doctor thought I had an infected blocked milk duct, which he treated with antibiotics. Since it was not getting better I had an ultrasound and a biopsy. I was diagnosed with stage 2, infiltrating ductal breast cancer. It was very aggressive and I immediately went to see an oncologist. 11 days after my diagnosis I was in surgery having a complete mastectomy of my right breast and had some lymph nodes removed, which I am happy to say, there was no cancer in my lymph nodes. When they removed the tumor it actually doubled in size since my ultrasound. And there was an infection in the tumor. So I am in a medical book because surgeons discussed this and never seen this before...But if you are diagnosed, breast cancer is not a death sentence. Be positive. Have a great support system and God will carry you through!!! God Bless! " - J. Sletvold

"Tammy has been by my side through 3 years of infertility, an ectopic pregnancy and then the birth of my two beautiful children. She really has given us the extra attention that we needed during this sometimes grueling process. She is very knowledgable and always made me feel safe and comfortable. Tammy really takes time with her patients, you don't feel rushed or like your questions go unanswered. I always feel like she truly cares about me and my family. I am so thankful for all Tammy and her entire staff has done for us. I couldn't have done it without her!" - C. Roper