Randall Student Center, Room 237
UMA Augusta Campus
Dr. Victoria S. Evans, DNP, MPH, CNM-APRN, has been a Registered Nurse for 35 years and a Certified Nurse-Midwife (CNM) for over 30 years. Dr. Evans enjoys teaching and has taught in some capacity for most of her career. She has taught at UMA for fifteen years. Dr. Evans feels it is important to foster a sense of motivation, trust, inquiry and support to students for successful learning.
Dr. Evans clinical experience has included pediatrics, medical /surgical nursing, travel nursing, home health, family planning clinics, and obstetrical/midwifery care. Currently, she practices nurse-midwifery in a practice serving the Kennebec Valley, providing midwifery care. Dr. Evans implemented the use of patient administered inhalation nitrous oxide for use in labor at Maine General Hospital for her doctoral capstone project, making it the second hospital in the state of Maine to offer this service.
Dr. Evans is actively involved in community health initiatives. She sits on the Board of Incorporators at her local hospital and has served on ad hoc committees. She is a member of the peer review committee at the hospital where she practices, Sigma Theta Tau, and the American College of Nurse Midwives on the national and state level.
B.S.N., University of Colorado 1980.
M.S., Columbia University 1985.
M.P.H., Columbia University 1986.
D.N.P., Frontier Nursing University 2015.