Our Midwives

Mona Abdel-Fattah

Mona Abdel-Fattah


Professional Background

Mona holds a BHSc in Midwifery (Ryerson University, 2013) and a MSc in Global Health (McMaster University, 2021).

Commitment to Midwifery Practice

In addition to her work as a Registered Midwife, Mona teaches the Neonatal Resuscitation Program and has been involved in the Safe Set-Up Working Group at St Joseph's Hospital. Mona strongly believes that everyone should have the right and ability to choose to become, delay, or prevent pregnancy. In support of this belief, she has completed the intrauterine device (IUD) insertion training from the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (SOGC). She is currently working towards developing a program to support midwives to learn and practice this skill. Mona will provide IUD insertions at Crown Point Family Health Centre and at our clinic for women in midwifery care. In addition, Mona is an Arabic speaker and is passionate about providing care to all newcomers and a diverse community.

Off Call Time

When Mona isn’t working you will find her hanging out in Dundas, at the local gym, exploring nature trails, or spending time with her two children - both born into the hands of midwives at CMOH.