New midwife joins Southeastern Women’s
Oxendine joins Southeastern Women’s Healthcare
LUMBERTON — Monica Locklear Oxendine, a certified nurse-midwife, has joined Southeastern Women’s Healthcare, an affiliate of Southeastern Health.
Oxendine completed a bachelor’s degree in community health education from The University of North Carolina at Pembroke in 1998. She also completed a bachelor’s degree in nursing in 2002 and master’s degree in nursing in 2004, both from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. She has worked as a certified nurse-midwife for more than seven years in Whiteville, Laurinburg and Bennettsville, S.C.
“I am pleased to provide health care to women of all ages in the community in which I live,” Oxendine said. “I am most grateful for the opportunity to experience the miracle of birth over and over again when delivering babies and sharing the very unique experience with individual families.”
Oxendine lives in Pembroke with her husband, Dewayne, and two daughters, Savannah, 5, and Sarina, 2.
Oxendine joins Drs. Brandon Locklear and Meredith Watson-Locklear and Certified Nurse Midwives Lisa Blake and Connie Canady at the clinic located at 4300 Fayetteville Road in Lumberton. To schedule an appointment, call 608-3078.
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