Liz Grose BaSc, BMW, RM
I first became interested in pregnancy, birth, and babies at the tender age of five. My mom, a pediatric nurse, had plenty of obstetrical textbooks that I quickly acquired as my own. I was fascinated with the pictures of the pregnant women and their babies.
While I was doing my first degree at Guelph University (BaSc: Family and Social Relations), I heard about the Midwifery university program and instantly knew that this was the path that I wanted to pursue. In 2001 I went to El Paso, Texas, to intern at a high volume birth centre on the border of Mexico. This experience further fuelled my passion to become a midwife. After attending over 100 births I moved from El Paso to Vancouver to apply to UBC for the initial year of the Midwifery Program. I look forward to caring for you and your family during this amazing journey!