Yolande Rademeyer CPM, LM, R.D.
Yolandi was born, and lived several years in South Africa. Her family moved to Korea and lived there for 18 years. She studied medical nutrition with a bachelors degree in Dietetics before becoming a midwife.
She started her practical training for midwifery in 2019, becoming licensed in January of 2021. She has practiced as a CPM for busy birthing centers in Utah, Idaho, and now Texas for the past year and a half.
Yolandi has lived in South Africa and Korea since the age of 14 and spent years traveling. While living in New Zealand, and Australia she was an equine midwife. Those who have worked with horses understand the skills, and patience midwifing horses takes. As a side note, in many countries, until you have delivered goats, or farm animals they will not allow you to midwife humans. Yolandi is definitely set up to be a missionary midwife.
She reports attending or being primary at 160 birth center or home births.
Yolandi also has an online functional medicine practice for women's health.
Neonatal resuscitation expires 4/2024