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ABOUT US

We are passionate about empowering women to trust in their inherent wisdom and know that their bodies, pregnancy, and birth are healthy and normal! We encourage women to fully participate and be in tune with their bodies throughout their lifespan.

Tiffany Jorgenson

Advanced Practice Nurse & Certified Nurse Midwife
Clinical director/owner

My name is Tiffany Jorgenson and I am a certified nurse-midwife with a passion for women and home birth! I learned about home birth as a young teen when a family whose children I cared for chose to have their second baby at home. They had a wonderful experience and encouraged me to take this route since they knew how passionate I was about being a labor and delivery nurse and caring for mothers and babies. While in my bachelors, I discovered there was a nurse midwife track I could take in order to practice midwifery where I could have the freedom to practice at home, in a freestanding birth center or in a hospital and I knew this was the right path for me!

 

I graduated from Beth-El College of Nursing at UCCS and began my nursing career at Memorial Hospital. After serving just under a year on a medical/surgical unit, I was able to transfer to my dream job on the labor and delivery unit! I worked on the labor and delivery unit and during my time there, I realized that the practice I had to maintain at the hospital was in conflict with what I believed normal, natural birth to be. I wanted to do something different that gave me the freedom to practice independently and the ability to support clients in their homes, so I decided to obtain my masters! I completed my Master’s in Science Nursing with a specialty in Midwifery at Frontier Nursing University and have not looked back! I left my job as an RN at the hospital right before I began my clinical rotation. I completed my clinical at Evans Army Community Hospital (EACH) and it was here that I shadowed some of the most evidenced-based, compassionate nurse-midwives I have ever met! I received a quality education and training with Frontier and EACH and love bringing this level of practice and knowledge to the homebirth community in Colorado Springs! I have assisted with over 300 deliveries as a nurse and caught over 305 babies in my midwife career. I believe that birth is normal until proven otherwise and believe that birth can be trusted and respected in low-risk women!

 

I currently have three beautiful children, one born in a hospital due to preterm birth and two at home. My experience with each of them has truly opened my eyes to the experiences women can have in labor and I’m so grateful for each birth story I have to share. My husband Jason and I have been married for 11 years and together for 14 years. We love adventure, road trips, and Colorado and cannot imagine living or being anywhere else! My husband loves what I do and shares in the joy of this practice daily. It is so wonderful having a supportive family!

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Tiffany Jorgenson

Advanced Practice Nurse & Certified Nurse Midwife Clinical director/owner

My name is Tiffany Jorgenson and I am a certified nurse-midwife with a passion for women and home birth! I learned about home birth as a young teen when a family whose children I cared for chose to have their second baby at home. They had a wonderful experience and encouraged me to take this route since they knew how passionate I was about being a labor and delivery nurse and caring for mothers and babies. While in my bachelors, I discovered there was a nurse midwife track I could take in order to practice midwifery where I could have the freedom to practice at home, in a freestanding birth center or in a hospital and I knew this was the right path for me!

 

I graduated from Beth-El College of Nursing at UCCS and began my nursing career at Memorial Hospital. After serving just under a year on a medical/surgical unit, I was able to transfer to my dream job on the labor and delivery unit! I worked on the labor and delivery unit and during my time there, I realized that the practice I had to maintain at the hospital was in conflict with what I believed normal, natural birth to be. I wanted to do something different that gave me the freedom to practice independently and the ability to support clients in their homes, so I decided to obtain my masters! I completed my Master’s in Science Nursing with a specialty in Midwifery at Frontier Nursing University and have not looked back! I left my job as an RN at the hospital right before I began my clinical rotation. I completed my clinical at Evans Army Community Hospital (EACH) and it was here that I shadowed some of the most evidenced-based, compassionate nurse-midwives I have ever met! I received a quality education and training with Frontier and EACH and love bringing this level of practice and knowledge to the homebirth community in Colorado Springs! I have assisted with over 300 deliveries as a nurse and caught over 305 babies in my midwife career. I believe that birth is normal until proven otherwise and believe that birth can be trusted and respected in low-risk women!

 

I currently have three beautiful children, one born in a hospital due to preterm birth and two at home. My experience with each of them has truly opened my eyes to the experiences women can have in labor and I’m so grateful for each birth story I have to share. My husband Jason and I have been married for 11 years and together for 14 years. We love adventure, road trips, and Colorado and cannot imagine living or being anywhere else! My husband loves what I do and shares in the joy of this practice daily. It is so wonderful having a supportive family!

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Lauren Blease

Advanced Practice Nurse & Certified Nurse Midwife

I am Lauren Blease and I am a Certified Nurse-Midwife. I started taking care of growing families in 2011 while I was in nursing school at the University of Missouri. I had never seen a birth before and after the first one I knew that this is what I was meant to do. I accepted a job at the University of Missouri on a postpartum unit and quickly trained to labor and delivery. I loved birth but it really seemed to consist of watching monitors and sitting in a room with the residents and nurses and chatting. No one seemed to really get what was happening! The thing to do was to treat it like a job instead of a calling, and it just robbed the experience of the importance and joy that I knew it deserved. I knew I had to do more for women - they deserved more than what we were giving them.

 

I moved back to Colorado, a place I had grown up calling home. I was so determined that I did everything backward – I rented a house, then got a job at UC Health at Memorial Central and then got accepted to midwifery school. I knew it was meant to be so I went for it! At UC Health I got to continue taking care of moms and babies. I also trained to help babies with their first hours and transition to life earthside! I attended the University of Denver at the Anschutz Medical Campus for my Nurse Midwifery training. I was able to learn from both the Center for Midwifery (the only practice offering water birth in the hospital in the state) and the University Nurse Midwives. It was at this time that I started working with Tiffany Jorgenson and she opened up her practice to me and started to train me in home birth. This is what I had been looking for. This is what was missing! The opportunity to get to know women throughout their pregnancies, to be there for them one on one, and give them the attention and support they truly deserve. Every day I get to help women realize the strength they’ve had within them all along. We get to practice true midwifery model of care and it makes all the difference for us and our clients.

Megan Munson

Advanced Practice Nurse & Certified Nurse Midwife

Hi! I’m Megan Munson, Nurse-Midwife and Birth Enthusiast!

On paper I started down this awesome career path in 2014 when I scored my very first Nursing job at a Birth Center and Home Birth Practice in Northern Virginia. In truth though, it all began early in Nursing school during the Labor & Delivery rotation I was saddened by the way birthing women were treated in that unit of the hospital we were training in. I knew there had to be another way and I was determined to find it. Doula work was my foot in the door until graduation and from there I was hooked! I couldn’t get enough of birth and supporting moms, babies, and new families. Before Midwifery school I worked for half a decade as a birth doula, birth assistant, RN, and post-partum care specialist.


In 2020 I and graduated from Frontier Nursing University became a Board-Certified Nurse Midwife. Armed with my new title, job hunting began and quickly ended when I found Mountain Miracles! The immediate connection with Tiffany and the crew at Mountain Miracles was magnetic. I’d found my home with them and I promptly packed up my life to move to the Springs to serve the fantastic community here.
I really believe from my core that birth is nothing short of awe inspiring. The power and beauty that come with creating life are to be cherished. Nurturing life, in and out of the womb, are precious times when women and families need to be held close, tended to, and lifted up. It is my goal to attend to each and every client here with these beliefs in my heart and provide care that reflects that.
In my personal life I enjoy yoga, hiking, funk music, building things, and gardening. I’m supported in life and love by my partner Caleb and a wealth of family and friends.

I am so grateful to be on this journey with you!

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megan

Megan Munson

Advanced Practice Nurse & Certified Nurse Midwife

Hi! I’m Megan Munson, Nurse-Midwife and Birth Enthusiast!

On paper I started down this awesome career path in 2014 when I scored my very first Nursing job at a Birth Center and Home Birth Practice in Northern Virginia. In truth though, it all began early in Nursing school during the Labor & Delivery rotation I was saddened by the way birthing women were treated in that unit of the hospital we were training in. I knew there had to be another way and I was determined to find it. Doula work was my foot in the door until graduation and from there I was hooked! I couldn’t get enough of birth and supporting moms, babies, and new families. Before Midwifery school I worked for half a decade as a birth doula, birth assistant, RN, and post-partum care specialist.

In 2020 I and graduated from Frontier Nursing University became a Board-Certified Nurse Midwife. Armed with my new title, job hunting began and quickly ended when I found Mountain Miracles! The immediate connection with Tiffany and the crew at Mountain Miracles was magnetic. I’d found my home with them and I promptly packed up my life to move to the Springs to serve the fantastic community here.
I really believe from my core that birth is nothing short of awe inspiring. The power and beauty that come with creating life are to be cherished. Nurturing life, in and out of the womb, are precious times when women and families need to be held close, tended to, and lifted up. It is my goal to attend to each and every client here with these beliefs in my heart and provide care that reflects that.
In my personal life I enjoy yoga, hiking, funk music, building things, and gardening. I’m supported in life and love by my partner Caleb and a wealth of family and friends.

I am so grateful to be on this journey with you!

Glenda Hard

Advanced Practice Nurse & Certified Nurse Midwife

Hi, I’m Glenda Hard, Certified Nurse Midwife and Lover of Birth and Women’s Health. I began my nursing career in 2000 and fell in love with labor and delivery and babies during my clinical rotations as a student. It didn’t take long after graduating to find a job at the local community hospital working as a labor and delivery nurse.

 

 I raised my family in the Northeastern plains of Colorado where I lived for over 35 years.  I spent 15 years of my nursing career serving as a labor and delivery nurse in rural Colorado. I started my journey to become a midwife as my children began to leave home and I found myself as an empty nester. After being a labor and delivery nurse for so many years, I felt it was time for women to have options, as there were none in the community where I lived.

 

I obtained my Master’s Degree of Nursing Midwifery from Frontier Nursing University in 2015. I spent the first two years after school, doing travel nursing and caring for my father until he passed away. I accepted a job in Upstate New York, where I spent 4 years of my Midwifery career working for a small practice and doing hospital births. I also spent a year working in a larger practice in Loveland, Co, delivering babies at the Medical Center of the Rockies. After doing hospital births for these first few years of my career, I came to realize how birth had become so medical and no longer a natural process and that was frustrating to me.

 

I started speaking with Tiffany Jorgenson and through our conversations she began to show me just how special homebirth could be. I have fallen in love with homebirth and the fact that women are allowed to be in control of their own body and needs.  I feel privileged to be able to care for women throughout their life span and honored to share in one of life’s most rewarding moments of childbirth.  This journey for me into homebirth has opened my eyes and my heart to what true midwifery care is all about. It is very special, to be able to bond and care for women and their family, during one of their most vulnerable times. Seeing women as they become empowered by their own strength and abilities, is truly one of life’s most magnificent journeys.

glenda
glenda

Glenda Hard

Advanced Practice Nurse & Certified Nurse Midwife

Hi, I’m Glenda Hard, Certified Nurse Midwife and Lover of Birth and Women’s Health. I began my nursing career in 2000 and fell in love with labor and delivery and babies during my clinical rotations as a student. It didn’t take long after graduating to find a job at the local community hospital working as a labor and delivery nurse.

 I raised my family in the Northeastern plains of Colorado where I lived for over 35 years.  I spent 15 years of my nursing career serving as a labor and delivery nurse in rural Colorado. I started my journey to become a midwife as my children began to leave home and I found myself as an empty nester. After being a labor and delivery nurse for so many years, I felt it was time for women to have options, as there were none in the community where I lived.

I obtained my Master’s Degree of Nursing Midwifery from Frontier Nursing University in 2015. I spent the first two years after school, doing travel nursing and caring for my father until he passed away. I accepted a job in Upstate New York, where I spent 4 years of my Midwifery career working for a small practice and doing hospital births. I also spent a year working in a larger practice in Loveland, Co, delivering babies at the Medical Center of the Rockies. After doing hospital births for these first few years of my career, I came to realize how birth had become so medical and no longer a natural process and that was frustrating to me.

I started speaking with Tiffany Jorgenson and through our conversations she began to show me just how special homebirth could be. I have fallen in love with homebirth and the fact that women are allowed to be in control of their own body and needs.  I feel privileged to be able to care for women throughout their life span and honored to share in one of life’s most rewarding moments of childbirth.  This journey for me into homebirth has opened my eyes and my heart to what true midwifery care is all about. It is very special, to be able to bond and care for women and their family, during one of their most vulnerable times. Seeing women as they become empowered by their own strength and abilities, is truly one of life’s most magnificent journeys.

Testimonials

Tiffany is a highly knowledgeable nurse midwife who provides wonderful quality care in a peaceful way (especially for an anxious first-time mom-to-be)! As a health care provider myself, I knew I did not want a hospital birth, but care with a strong medical basis was important. Tiffany was exactly what we were looking for! She provided exceptional prenatal and postpartum care! I always felt heard during our sessions and felt comfortable asking Tiffany anything and EVERYTHING! She was extremely encouraging during my delivery and had an excellent team right alongside her

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Alyssa Brown

My husband was so hesitant with having a home birth at first, but when we went to our consult with Tiffany she put all his worries at ease! After we left there we felt no need to even go to the other consult we knew this was the right fit for us! Lauren delivered my sweet little guy and it was such a wonderful experience. The support and encouragement I received was something I’ve never found anywhere else. These ladies go above and beyond and are with you every step of the way! I highly recommended them and I plan to come back for our next baby!

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Brianna McKee

When we started looking into doctors and birth centers, we quickly realized that our options were pretty limited here in the Springs. When we found Tiffany she listened to our story and we quickly connected with her, her energy, and all that she shared with us. I walked out and immediately knew she was the one to guide us on this journey! On the day of delivery she showed up and two and a half hours later our little girl entered the world. She was brilliant and provided relief when I needed it most, made me feel safe and secure, and strong and capable the entire time. I am so appreciative!

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Contact Info

PHONE: (719) 249-6608
FAX: (719) 687-9519
EMAIL: [email protected]
ADDRESS: 3803 Manchester St Co Springs CO 80907
HOURS: Mon-Fri 9AM - 4PM, Sat & Sun CLOSED

Insurance Accepted

Mountain Miracles Midwifery, Inc. is pleased to accept Tricare, United Healthcare, Medicaid, CHP+, Health Net, Humana, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna and VAChoice/ TriWest insurance for our home birth clients! Don't see your provider? Feel free to contact us!

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