Birth Services

Joyce Kimball, CPM


I loved having Joyce as my midwife. She is, in my experience, amazing. Our third child decided to throw us a major curveball and come frank breech! Joyce and her team were as calm as could be on the outside (heaven knows we were ALL freaking out on the inside).

Even with all the added 'excitement' the whole birth was FAR less loud and stressful than my previous two 'textbook' hospital births. No one was yelling (except for me) to do anything, everyone spoke in calm, soothing tones, and all came out just fine (pardon the pun).

Joyce is highly competent and an amazing soothing influence during pregnancy and the birth process.

Birth Services - Joyce Kimball, CPM

I’m honored that you have visited my Birth Services website. My goal is to provide you with useful information about home birth midwifery care and other related birth information and referrals.

I have been serving birthing folks and their families and have been involved in the Massachusetts birth community since 1998 as a midwife, doula, belly caster, childbirth educator and birth counselor. I have been a member of the Massachusetts home birth midwifery trade organization, Massachusetts Midwives Alliance since 2005. I was the Coordinator of the MMA Basic Midwifery Course in 2009-2011 and I currently serve as a mentor and preceptor for midwifery students, doulas, and student doctors.

Feel free to browse around this site. I hope you will find all the information you need but if you have any questions or need more information, please contact me at  or 508-728-6588, or click on the contact button on any page within this site.

Thanks for visiting and I look forward to serving you.

Joyce's family


I acknowledge that the land I live on was originally inhabited by the Indigenous people of the Nipmuc tribal nation. I acknowledge the painful history of genocide, slavery and being forced onto reservations. I hope this tiny gesture of acknowledgement help to honor the Nipmuc people and the ongoing connection they have with the land. 

The Nipmuc Nation Tribal Council is located at 25 Main Street, South Grafton, Massachusetts. 

Adapted from Honor Native Land: A Guide and Call to Acknowledgement