About Your Midwives

Tshengi Ndlovu (She/her)

My name is Tshengi Ndlovu, and I am a mother of three. Prior to moving to Canada, I lived in London, England where I trained and worked briefly as a Registered General Nurse. I gained a Midwifery Degree in 1997 (BSc Honours) from Anglia Ruskin University in Chelmsford, England.

As a midwife in London, I had various roles and gained experience in all areas of midwifery care. I practised as a midwife for 12 years before moving to Canada in 2010. I completed the Multi-Jurisdictional Midwifery Bridging Programme (MMBP) in March 2013. I have been working in the Tri-Cities since November 2013.

Lynne Cummings (She/her)

I am a mother of 3 who first became interested in midwifery care through my own experiences having children. I decided to become a midwife when my youngest entered school and I have been a Registered Midwife since 2016. I hold a Bachelor of Science in Midwifery from UBC. Prior to becoming a midwife, I worked as a doula and childbirth educator, and I loved my role as a teacher. I always felt inspired and motivated by the energy in the classes I taught, but what pleased me most was the relationship I was able to build with clients. This is without a doubt my favourite part of midwifery – getting to know you and your families. The babies are a sweet added bonus!

Helen Wang (She/her)

My interest in midwifery began when I sought midwifery care for my first pregnancy.  After personally experiencing and witnessing midwifery care, I was convinced. I completed my midwifery training at UBC , in the same graduating class as Lynne. We bonded through frequent carpool study sessions from the Tri-Cities to UBC. Prior to midwifery, I received a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from SFU with a certificate in Health and Fitness. I am delighted to be joining the wonderful midwives here at Tri-City Midwives.  To the families receiving midwifery care:  I am so grateful to be part of your pregnancy and birth experience, thank you for sharing your journey with me

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