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Fairhaven Midwives



We have had a nurse-midwifery practice at Fairhaven Obstetrics & Gynecology since 1993. It is the Nurse-Midwifery philosophy that the childbearing process is essentially a normal one. We work toward empowering women in their own individual pregnancy and birth, expanding choices and promoting health and normalcy in the childbearing years. We value the following:
  • Continuity of care: One of the CNMĂ­s providing your prenatal care will be present at your labor and birth.
  • You are the primary decision maker
  • Birth is a normal event
  • Appropriate use of technology
  • Time at visits to provide information, counseling and education
We also care for women in all stages of life. Sound decisions are integral to good healthcare, and we want you to take an active role in making the right choices for yourself. As a provider of gynecological care from adolescence to midlife and beyond we will provide the information you need to make informed and educated decisions about your healthcare. We are committed to providing quality healthcare from birth and beyond.


Kristi Troyer, FNP-C, CNM

Professional interest:
Kristi has enjoyed caring for children & families, as well as providing women's healthcare including pregnancy & childbirth, all of her career. She has worked in family practice settings, providing the full scope of care to individuals of all ages, before joining Fairhaven. She enjoys focusing her career now on caring for women before, during and after the childbearing years.

Personal information:
Kristi and her husband Doug have three children including a son, and a set of boy/girl twins. She enjoys the blessings of motherhood very much. As a family, they enjoy activities like camping, water sports, biking and anything outdoors. Kristi enjoys gardening and piano as well.

Professional degrees and certifications:
BSN from the University of Michigan, 1999
MSN from Vanderbilt University as a Family Nurse Practitioner, 2002
Post Master's Nurse Midwifery Certificate from the University of Michigan, 2004