Patient Care Philosophy

Midwife means “with woman”.
Yinka believes in being with women and providing “woman-centered” care at all times. This involves listening to and trusting women when they seek care. She is passionate about empowering women by providing evidence-based information to help them make informed decision for themselves and their families. She strongly encourages women to participate actively in decisions relating to their own health and wellness.

Board Certification(s)

American Midwifery Certification Board (AMCB) Certified Nurse-midwife
Registered Nurse

Education

School of Nurse Midwifery

Philadelphia University (Thomas Jefferson Midwifery Institute)
Pennsylvania, USA.

University of Huddersfield
West Yorkshire
England, GB.

Graduate School

Brunel University School of Public Health
Uxbridge Middlesex
England, GB.

Undergraduate School

City University London
England, GB.

Hospital(s) Affiliated With

Texas Health Presbyterian Flower Mound
Medical City Frisco

Professional Associations

American College of Nurse-Midwives
Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses

Personal Interests

In her spare time, Yinka volunteers at her church, enjoys watching movies and traveling with her family.

Biography

Yinka completed her Nursing and Midwifery education in the United Kingdom where she also obtained a Master of Science degree in Public Health and Health Promotion. With over 10 years of experience, Yinka has practiced midwifery in a variety of settings across 3 continents. She moved to Texas 5 years ago with her husband Toni, and their two adorable children Theo & Talya. She obtained a postmasters certificate from Philadelphia University in order to expand her scope of practice in the United States. Yinka is passionate about supporting women through the different phases of life from adolescence through menopause and beyond. Yinka provides full pregnancy and birth services, well woman health maintenance, contraception, fertility counseling, treatment of common gynecological conditions and hormone replacement therapy.