Beth Overton, CPM
Beth Overton is the Director of the Corpus Christi Birth Center. She has been a licensed midwife since 1998 and has attended close to 400 deliveries. Beth’s specialty is out-of-hospital birth including home birth and birth center deliveries. She also has experience working as a doula in the hospital setting.
Beth meets the standards and qualifications set by the North American Registry of Midwives to train student midwives and she has a passion for working with and teaching student midwives. She has been active in both the Association of Texas Midwives and has served on several Ad Hoc committees for the Texas State Midwifery Board. If you would like to read more details about Beth’s history and qualifications as a midwife, please click here.
Update (November 2017): Grace Franz will soon be joining our staff as a staff midwife. She has completed her studies to be a midwife through the Association of Texas Midwives training program and has completed all her clinical training. She is waiting to take her final exam and get her Texas license. We expect her to be licensed before or near the first of 2018.
Grace is is able to care for clients under the supervision of a qualified preceptor (Beth Overton). Grace joined the team at Corpus Christi Birth Center on June 6, 2015. Grace has a gentle and sweet spirit with a good sense of humor. She works well with our team at CCBC. She is from Oklahoma and has committed to stay with us for the duration of her training and then join our staff as a licensed midwife.
Grace also works in our office on Mondays. When you call, she will be happy to help you with appointments, take messages or answer your questions about the birth center.
We are excited to introduce Adlai Welfel who moved here to join us from Floresville, Texas. She began her apprenticeship with us in September 2016. Adlai is enrolled in the Association of Texas Midwives Training Program. Adlai is full of enthusiasm and has a gentle spirit.
Adlai is now an advanced student and is providing care and delivering babies under the supervision of her preceptor, Beth Overton. She has approximately a year left in her training.
Adlai also works in our office onoccasion. When you call, she will be happy to help you with appointments, take messages or answer your questions about the birth center.
Adlai loves to quilt. She owns her own quilting business which helps to support her through her schooling. So be sure to visit the Crown Quilting Studio Facebook Page to learn more about her beautiful quilts!
Adlai also loves guns, hunting and even participation in Civil War re-enactments. She is a true Texan and country girl! But she has also traveled outside the US recently on a 6 week mission trip to Southeast Asia. She has a deep faith in Jesus and a love for missions. She is considering future mission work after she completes her midwifery training.