Tracy Burns, CNM, spent 13 years taking care of premature infants before returning to her career in women’s health. With a big heart for women and infant services, Tracy is an advocate for midwives practicing in the hospital setting. Tracy moved to Arizona in 2005 and has worked at Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Banner Estrella in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. She is passionate about health and wellness. Tracy believes in supporting women throughout the stages of their life. She feels that early education on the importance of nutrition, exercise, and spirituality can optimize health and wellness. Tracy is committed to caring for women by collaborating with other healthcare professionals to provide education, preventative healthcare services, preconception counseling, disease recognition, and treatment, thereby improving overall health and wellness to women through an individual plan of care that meets the cultural and spiritual needs of each individual woman.
Tracy is married and has two preteen daughters. She enjoys hiking, running, CrossFit, and spending time with her friends and family. Tracy is actively involved in improving maternal and neonatal outcomes globally through her work with the Helping Babies and Mothers Survive campaign.
University of Cincinnati