Cris Diaz, MSN, APRN, CNM, is an Arizona state Certified Nurse Midwife, experienced in OBGYN women’s healthcare services since 2018. Cris started her career as a High-Risk Labor and Delivery RN at St. Joseph’s Hospital & Medical Center. She received her BSN from Arizona State University in 2012, and MSN from Frontier Nursing University-Kentucky in 2018 while she was a High-Risk L&D nurse at Mercy Gilbert Medical Center. During her time a Mercy Gilbert, she discovered her true passion for women’s health and babies. Being a bilingual CNM, she has devoted most of her midwifery career to empower women about natural birth through education, collaboration, as well as training with renowned physicians and CNMs in the state and has been able to provide individualized care for women in the Hispanic community. Cris’ goal is to provide support and information to all patients, focusing on the best ways to achieve a healthy pregnancy, and a safe birth experience. As a mother of two kids, she believes that all women deserve the best personalized care, and to be able to remember the precious experience of childbirth.
Bachelors Nursing Science degree from Arizona State University, Master of Science in Nursing degree focusing on Midwifery Service from Frontier Nursing University - Kentucky
Bilingual Fellowship Nursing Program Scholarship Recipient – selected to participate in excelled learning regarding leadership, conflict management, and self-awareness.