Midwife Nurse – Beth Helme Smith CNM, WHNP

Meet Beth Helme Smith at Women’s Healthcare of Illinois! Beth Helme is a certified Midwife Nurse and takes huge care of every patient she meets at the clinic. For more information, call us or simply schedule an appointment online. We serve patients from Evergreen Park IL, Mokena IL, Oak Lawn IL, Chicago Ridge IL, Hickory Hills IL, Bridgeview IL and Bedford Park IL.

We are very pleased to announce the addition of Certified Nurse Midwife, Beth Helme-Smith, to Women’s Healthcare of Illinois!

Beth Helme-Smith earned her BSN from Loyola and her MS and Post Master’s certificate from UIC. She has over 2 decades of midwifery experience. In addition to being a certified nurse midwife, Beth is also a Women’s Health Nurse practitioner and a Registered Nurse First Assistant.

Beth is passionate about empowering women to make informed healthcare choices that are best suited to their families, and providing holistic obstetric and gynecologic care. She is very interested in research being done on the placenta and how it plays a role in the development of obstetric complications. She is also a strong advocate for stem cell research and the role the cord blood may play in regenerative and restorative medicine.

Beth lives in the far south suburbs with her husband, Brian, and their two sons Jake and Josh, and their dog Max. She enjoys gardening, cooking, baking, traveling, and going on outdoor adventures. In her free time, she is often found cheering on her sons at their sporting events.

Beth Helme-Smith, CNM, WHNP

We are very pleased to announce the addition of Certified Nurse Midwife, Beth Helme-Smith, to Women’s Healthcare of Illinois!

Beth Helme-Smith earned her BSN from Loyola and her MS and Post Master’s certificate from UIC. She has over 2 decades of midwifery experience. In addition to being a certified nurse midwife, Beth is also a Women’s Health Nurse practitioner and a Registered Nurse First Assistant.

Beth is passionate about empowering women to make informed healthcare choices that are best suited to their families, and providing holistic obstetric and gynecologic care. She is very interested in research being done on the placenta and how it plays a role in the development of obstetric complications. She is also a strong advocate for stem cell research and the role the cord blood may play in regenerative and restorative medicine.

Beth lives in the far south suburbs with her husband, Brian, and their two sons Jake and Josh, and their dog Max. She enjoys gardening, cooking, baking, traveling, and going on outdoor adventures. In her free time, she is often found cheering on her sons at their sporting events.