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Kay Jackson, CNM, ARNP

Kay Jackson, CNM, ARNP, is dedicated to providing comprehensive, sensitive care to women of all ages. An advanced registered nurse practitioner, Kay specializes in treating a wide variety of gynecologic conditions, with special interest in the management of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and metabolic syndrome.

As a nurse midwife for 18 years, and a labor and delivery nurse for a decade, Kay has extensive experience guiding women on their path to motherhood. She is a strong advocate for, and an expert guide in the use of hypnosis, hydrotherapy and alternate birthing positions during labor and delivery.

Specialties: • Certified Nurse Midwife
• Obstetrics
• Gynecology
• Obstetrics & Gynecology
Hospital: • St. Joseph Medical Center, Tacoma
Year Began Practice:1994
Interests: • Abnormal Bleeding
• Adolescent Gynecology
• Adolescent Health
• Certified Nurse Midwife
• Cryoablation
• Depression
• Endometrial Ablation
• Fetal Monitoring
• Gynecological Problems
• Gynecology
• Headaches
• Health Maintenance
• Hormone Imbalance
• Hormone Replacement Alternatives
• Hormone Replacement Therapy
• Hypnotherapy
• Menopause
• Menopause Treatment
• Menorrhagia
• Menstrual Disorders
• Midwifery
• Natural Childbirth
• Obstetrics
• Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
• Preventive Medicine
• Removal Minor Skin Lesions
• Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD)
• Skin Punch Biopsy
• Urinary Stress Incontinence
• Vaginal Birth after Cesarean (VBAC)
• Vaginitis
• Vulvodynia
• Water Birth
• Women's Health
Gender:Female
Medical School: • University of California, Los Angeles, CA
• Charles R Drew University of Medicine & Science


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