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  • 2020-2022: Croix Rousse Hospital (Lyon, university hospital, more than 4,000 deliveries per year)

  • 2019: Inter-University Diploma (Paris VI University) in gynecological and obstetric ultrasound.

  • 2012 - 2020: Armand Trousseau Hospital (Paris, university hospital, almost 4,000 deliveries per year)

  • 2012: State diploma in midwifery in Paris (Paris V, René Descartes University)


It is all about passion. I love its diversity: we laugh, we cry, we advise, we learn, we evolve, we accompany, we let ourselves be surprised, we reassure, we explain, we respect, … You have to be there for the woman, for the couple , for the child, but knowing how to step aside too.

Keep physiology in mind, while being alert to the occurrence of pathology. Trusting mothers and supporting those who need to gain self-confidence...

It is a question of respecting the mother and the child, of consolidating them in their choices and giving them the keys to welcome their child in a serene way and in accordance with their convictions and their values.


After growing up in a small village near Lyon, I spent 13 years in Paris studying medicine and then midwifery, before working there for several years.

I will meet my future Dutch husband.

In early 2020, we had our first little boy in Paris, before moving to Lyon.

At the end of 2021, we left for the Netherlands and settled in Amsterdam, before having our second little boy, early 2022.

These two pregnancies and childbirths in each of the two countries allowed me to know both health systems, with their advantages and their disadvantages, so different but as qualitative as each other.


The hospitals in which I practiced had a pediatric specialization (unit care for highly premature newborns or newborns suffering from congenital diseases) or adults (patients suffering from serious diseases).

I had the chance to practice in the various maternity services: prenatal consultations, preparation for childbirth, end-of-pregnancy monitoring, hospitalization sector for high-risk pregnancies, delivery room, hospitalization sector for postpartum, obstetric ultrasounds.

By working together with gynecologists – obstetricians, pediatricians, anesthesiologists, but also dieticians, psychologists and social workers, I acquired expertise in maternal and pediatric diseases, while keeping the heart of my profession as a midwife. : physiology.

During these years of hospital practice, I participated in various training courses:

- prevention of shaken baby syndrome

- perinatal bereavement support

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