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Fika (fee-ka), a Swedish word for which there is no literal English translation, is a cultural tradition of breaking for coffee and baked goods. We value the warmth and community that comes with fika as well as some of the cultural practices of our Scandinavian friends, including midwifery-dominated maternity care.
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Our Mission

To cultivate the best possible holistic healthcare experience for womxn.

Inspired by the spirit of modern feminism, we intuitively support womxn through attentive partnership and holistic care that ultimately creates space for personal empowerment and invigorates communities.

As the change agent of the holistic healthcare experience, we are deeply committed to reproductive justice, antiracism, and providing the best possible healthcare and wellness experience for betterment of humanity.

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Fika Midwifery in the News

WGRZ, With out-of-hospital birth on the rise, Buffalo midwifery could be first facility of it’s kind to become a licensed birth center, published 11/13/20

Buffalo Business First, Fika Midwifery first to apply for state birthing-center licensure, published 09/09/20

WGRZ, Interest in home birth grows amid coronavirus pandemic, published 04/08/20

WKBW, Kaleida institutes new measures independent midwives say target their work, published 07/26/19

In Good Health, Fika Midwifery: Offering Options For Out-Of-Hospital Birth, published 06/23/19

Buffalo News, Planning Board recommends midwifery reuse for Coit House, published 11/20/18

WKBW, WNY mothers want more birthing options; demand forcing businesses to expand, published 11/20/18