Corry Varner, CNM, WHNP, DNP has been a certified nurse-midwife and nurse practitioner for over eleven years. In 2007, she earned a Masters in Nursing with a specialty in Midwifery/Women’s Health from California State University, Fullerton, and has been working in Women’s Health Care ever since. Continuing her education, in 2014 she earned a Doctorate in Nursing Practice, and she had an article published in ‘The Journal of Perinatal Education’ on physiological birth – comparing hypnobirthing and the Bradley method.
Corry chose to go into Women’s Health Care because she wanted to both empower women and teach them about their bodies. She enjoys educating and guiding them so that they feel confident to make the right choices for themselves no matter what stage of life a woman is in from puberty through menopause.
As a Certified Nurse Midwife, Corry has delivered over 1,000 babies, and although she finds it extremely satisfacting, she also enjoys all aspects of women’s health: seeing women in the office, helping them through their pregnancies and solving gynecological problems.
When Corry is not at work, she spends time with her family. Additionally, she enjoys traveling, reading, wake boarding, and going sand duning in Glamis.