Halley Everall is a Certified Nurse-Midwife who believes that partnering with women through the midwifery model of care leads to healthier families and communities. She strives to develop trusting relationships with each family she encounters in order to meet those families’ individual health needs. Halley recognizes that health is embedded in mental, spiritual, and physical wellness.
Halley’s interest in women’s health was sparked in her undergraduate studies at Scripps College, the women’s college of Claremont, CA. Through academic pursuits and volunteering in a prison garden with incarcerated women, it became clear to her that the foundation of healthy communities rests in the health of its women. Halley found nursing as the opportune way to partner directly with women and began her nursing career in New York City as a Labor and Delivery nurse.
The mountains called Halley back home to Colorado and it is here that she was more closely introduced to midwifery and began her studies soon after. Halley joined CFM-Longmont in February 2020 with 7 years of birth experience in the RN role in New York City and Denver. Halley is overjoyed to be a part of CFM-Longmont, a practice committed to the midwifery model of care. When not working, Halley enjoys hiking and traveling with her husband, daughter, and dog.
Halley holds a BA from Scripps College, BSN from New York University, and MSN from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.