Aimee Melton, CNM


Aimee is a Colorado native, and loves taking care of women. After college, she worked in molecular biology research for a few years before deciding that her passion was working with people. Aimee went back to school for nursing around the time she had children, and discovered the amazing and transformative experience of becoming a mother. She was hooked on birth and decided to continue her education to become a midwife. Aimee has worked with the midwife practices at North Suburban Medical Center, University of Colorado, Swedish Medical Center, Denver Health Medical Center, and Rose. She delivered her own babies at Rose, and it feels like home. She truly loves pregnancy and birth and even carried and delivered a surrogate baby for a friend, also at Rose. There is not one best way to do anything and that holds true for birth. Every woman gets to have her own birth experience and Aimee’s job as a midwife is to help you find your way.

What makes Colorado home to you?

The beautiful weather and the western culture.

What are your passions outside of work?

Kids and horses.

Why did you become an midwife?

To help women navigate the birthing experience and to empower women to make choices about their own bodies.

What in your career are you most proud?

Building relationships with families and taking care of them through multiple pregnancies.

What is the most important part of your job?

Helping women feel empowered to make their own choices rather than feeling like they must submit to the health care system.




Midwifery at Rose


Annual Exams
Birth Control
Breastfeeding Medicine
Breastfeeding Medicine
Family Planning
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
Preconception Wellness
Prenatal Care
Preventative Care
Teen Education
Vaginal Health
Well Woman Visits
Teen Pregnancy
Well Woman Visits


Colorado State University

BS, Microbiology

University of Colorado

MBS in molecular biology

University of Colorado

BS in nursing

University of Colorado

MS in midwifery

University of Colorado



In Practice Since:




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