Catherine Clough, CNM

Patient Testimonial
Dr. Morris was thoughtful and caring! She checked in throughout the entire egg retrieval process and responded to all questions. As a person of color, I deliberately sought her to be the lead of this very delicate and important step in my life. She was an outstanding provider!

We could not be more thankful to have had Dr. Katler’s support during our IVF journey. He was extremely thoughtful and attentive to our medical and emotional needs. We are eternally grateful to have found such a great doctor. Highly recommend!

Dr. Quaas is the kindest, most caring doctor. The team is truly the best and they really care about the patients. It’s a new practice, but I truly believe Dr. Quaas and the team understand the research and have great success rates. My husband and I are so grateful!

I highly recommend Dr. Quaas and SGF! He was attentive, thorough, and kind. I also like that I saw him for every ultrasound appointment and he was very involved in my care. They’re an incredible team and I appreciate what they have done for me.

Dr. Amrane is caring and extremely knowledgeable! I am pregnant with baby number 2 all thanks to her and her incredible team!

Dr. Amrane never gave up and always had a plan for the next round.

Biography

Catherine (Katie) Clough, CNM completed her Masters of Science in Nursing (joint Midwifery and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner Program) at the University of Pennsylvania in 2002. She has spent the past 13 years working in a variety of roles in women’s health care treating patients throughout the reproductive spectrum. Catherine maintains Board Certification through the American Midwifery Certification Board (AMBC). She maintains licenses through the Board of Nursing in Maryland and Virginia.

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Education

  • University of Pennsylvania- Masters of Science in Nursing
  • Performing ultrasounds
  • Performing intrauterine inseminations
  • Performing saline sonograms/mock embryo transfers
  • American College of Nurse-Midwives
  • University of Pennsylvania- Masters of Science in Nursing

Coming soon.

Q&A

My own experience with infertility drew me to work in this field. I found that that the compassionate care that is the hallmark of midwifery practice is equally important during the preconception process as it is during pregnancy and labor. Working in reproductive medicine I can realize midwifery’s mission to be ‘with woman’ and fulfill my professional goal of humanizing and normalizing an alternate path to fertility.

I enjoy my two Boston terriers, hiking, traveling and doing crosswords.

That I have hiked large portions of the Pacific Crest Trail on backpacking trips during the summers of my youth.