Licensed Certified Professional Midwife

​​​​​​​​​A Licensed Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) is a type of midwife who is licensed and certified to provide comprehensive midwifery care to women and families during pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period.

​Forms and Reports to be Completed by an LCPM​

Annual Rep​o​rt - Pursuant to KRS 314.404(10) and 201 KAR 20:660, an LCPM shall report the following information to the Board of Nursing on or before September 1 of each year for the period of July 1 through June 30 preceding. The LCPM Advisory Council shall review all reports.

Incident Form - Under Kentucky Law, KRS 314.404(11) and 201 KAR 20:660, Licensed Certified Professional Midwives (LCPM) must submit the incident form to the Board of Nursing within thirty (30) days of the occurrence of a case of newborn or maternal death attended by the LCPM at the discovery of death.

Locate the following forms at the link below:

LCPM Informed Re​​fusal Form​​​​​

Online Validation

Review your application or licensure status​

How to File a Self-Complaint or Complaint Regarding the Actions of an LCPM​

Disciplinary Monitoring​

Additional Resources​

Information regarding regulations concerning LCPM practice can be located in the KBN Document Library using the keywords Kentucky ​Administrative Regulations Governing LCPM Practice.

Information regarding the disciplinary process can be located in the KBN Document Library using the keywords KBN Investiga​tion and Discipline Process Applicable to LCPMs.

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