Tandra Hudson, CNM
Tandra Hudson, CNM is very excited to join Providence Women’s Services. Wanting to be a midwife has been Tandra’s life-long goal, as well as positively affecting the maternal health crisis in Georgia. Being a native from Villa Rica, Georgia, she has always loved to help others by a shining light. While in high school on a summer break, Tandra was a youth advocate at the local hospital. During this summer break, Tandra fell in love with the birth process. After graduating from her local high school, Tandra went to Kennesaw State University, majoring in nursing. In 2003, she graduated from Kennesaw State University. Tandra immediately accepted a position in labor and delivery of her local hospital. She has worked in medical/surgical units, labor and delivery units, well-baby nurseries, and postpartum units for the past 18 years.
Tandra has also been a travel labor and delivery nurse inside the state of Georgia. While assisting other midwives with beautiful deliveries, Tandra wanted to start in the pursuit in becoming a midwife. In 2014, she became certified registered nurse in obstetrics. Tandra graduated from Frontier Nursing University in August of 2018 with her Masters degree in Midwifery. She became a certified nurse-midwife in September 2018.
Educating and empowering families in shared-decision making is Tandra’s joy as a midwife. She is also passionate about breastfeeding, physiological birth, prenatal education, family planning, and gynecological care. Tandra believes in using different positions and apparatuses to facilitate physiological birth.
Tandra is married to her high school sweetheart, Antico. She has three children: Alysha, Christopher and Zachery. Tandra loves to sing at her worship center, read books and beach vacations.