www.MercyInAction.org

3018 West Overland Road
Boise, ID, 83705

(208) 258-9251

Mercy in Action is a non-profit organization that focuses on the crisis in Maternal/Newborn/Child health care worldwide. A Midwifery School, as well as seminars and training retreats are held each year to prepare midwives, doctors, and nurses to meet the global shortage of skilled birth attendants, and to help primary health care workers prevent unnecessary child deaths. 

Student Achievement

Student Achievement

 

Mercy In Action has been graduating students since 1985 who have been successfully becoming licensed midwives and, after it became available, Certified Professional Midwives (CPM) through the North American Registry of Midwives (NARM). Our graduates are working in many states and serving all over the world as midwives, helping to make the world a better place for mothers and babies.

In our current form, location, and newly updated curriculum as a newly MEAC accredited college, Mercy In Action College of Midwifery has the following graduation and placement rates since applying for MEAC accreditation in 2015:

Total students matriculating in program: 45

Total Graduates: 2

NARM Pass Rate: 100%

Placement rates: 100%
 

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Kluane Tozier and Hannah Brown graduated on schedule last May from Mercy In Action College of Midwifery after an internship side by side at Alaska Family Health and Birth Center in Fairbanks, Alaska. Kluane Tozier and Hannah Brown took the NARM exam on August 28, 2017 and PASSED the first time!  After graduation, both Kluane Tozier and Hannah Brown accepted a position with Mercy In Action. On August 31, they board a plane together to the Philippines for six months, helping Mercy In Action with capacity building, administration and training, and supporting the national Filipina midwives who work in our Philippine Birth Centers and clinics. When they return, they will work at Mercy Birth Center in Boise, Idaho.

Kluane Tozier and Hannah Brown graduated on schedule last May from Mercy In Action College of Midwifery after an internship side by side at Alaska Family Health and Birth Center in Fairbanks, Alaska.

Kluane Tozier and Hannah Brown took the NARM exam on August 28, 2017 and PASSED the first time! 

After graduation, both Kluane Tozier and Hannah Brown accepted a position with Mercy In Action.

On August 31, they board a plane together to the Philippines for six months, helping Mercy In Action with capacity building, administration and training, and supporting the national Filipina midwives who work in our Philippine Birth Centers and clinics. When they return, they will work at Mercy Birth Center in Boise, Idaho.