Since 1992, Cheryl Corrick has enjoyed different roles at Alaska Family Health & Birth Center (AFH&BC) ranging from full-time to part-time midwife, part-time administrative director and childbirth educator.
Cheryl is a lifelong Fairbanksan and became interested in becoming a midwife when she had her second baby at AFH&BC. She enjoys the great atmosphere at the birth center. Cheryl says, “I love seeing the new babies being born and the beautiful bonding between the moms, dads, and the babies.”
She enjoys activities with her kids, reading, movies, Alaskan summers, bike riding, traveling, cooking and spending time with family.
Cheryl currently serves on the Alaska State Board for Certified Direct-entry Midwives.
- Apprenticed with AFH&BC from November 1992 to April 1996
- Alaska Board Certified Direct-entry Midwife (CDM) since 1996
- Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) through the North American Registry of Midwives since 1999
- Current Ongoing Certifications: CPR, Neonatal Resuscitation Program, IV and Medications
- Approved Midwifery Preceptor in Alaska