Kelly Culp, RN

Kelly Culp R.N BScN

I am excited and honored to join the Aurora Midwifery Team
as a Second Birth Attendant RN.

I was born and raised with rural roots on my family farm in
Alberta. From this experience I was fortunate

enough to know the importance of community and family
support. I also learned to be connected

intuitively and spiritually to nature and animals which has
shaped me into the person and nurse I am


With my 20 plus years as a Registered Nurse, I have practice
in Rural, Indigenous, Palliative, and most

recently Labour and Delivery nursing settings.

My Birth Worker journey started from the births of my own
children Manney(16), Hardy(14), Henry(11)

and Millie(2) as well as having some ancestorial guidance.
After my first daughter was born, I sought out

for a more holistic, supportive, caring approach to maternal
care and found that it was very difficult to

find especially in rural Alberta. From this point on I have
educated myself along with finding experiences

that would help shape and fulfill my purpose to provide
supportive, spiritual, competent, holistic, and

collaborated care to families. With my last baby I was very
fortunate to have the care of Aurora

Midwifery. This ignited my calling even more and since then
I have worked with numerous amazing

Midwives, Practitioners and Families as a Nurse and as a

In my spare time you can usually find me at one of my kids
sporting games or activities. I enjoy golfing,

gardening, cooking, baking, music, and a good campfire. I
feel fortunate to have a family and a husband

that supports me in my not so conventional way of nursing.

I am very grateful to be part of people’s birth stories and
the beautiful lessons that are learnt from their