Holly Groom, RN, CNMNurse Midwife
Patient Care Philosophy
“Holly became a midwife to provide woman individualized care focusing on their bodies abilities to carry out the natural process of birth and aging. Caring and supporting women as they go through life has been her goal. This process involves active listening and encouraging women to participate in and take responsibility for their own health care.”
- Nurse Midwife
- Texas State Board of Nursing – Advance Practice Nurse
School of Nurse Midwifery
Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas
Texas Woman’s University
Master of Science in Maternal Child Health
University of Wyoming
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Hospital(s) Affiliated With
Texas Health Presbyterian
Inanna Birth and Women’s Center
She has been in Denton since July of 1998. In July of 2007 Holly and her husband traveled to Russia and returned with their two new daughters Angelina Joy, and Olivia Faith. Together they enjoy reading, gardening and playing with her twin granddaughters Hope and Grace.
Holly worked as a Labor and Delivery Nurse before she decided to continue with her education in Midwifery. She has been practicing as a midwife for over 20 years and partnering with Caring For Women for over 14 years. When she is not focused on women’s health care, she loves spending time with her husband, two daughters and 2 granddaughters. They love to shop, garden and cook together. Holly volunteers at her church and the Grace Garden in Grapevine, Texas which provides food for the local food bank.