Shea Cintron LM, CPM
Shea is a birth and human rights advocate, who respects the vulnerability in creating , welcoming and nourishing every stage of a family. She believes it is a basic human right to birth where, with and how one chooses and to have access to all the needed information to make informed decisions.
Birth, babies and breastfeeding have been her passion for over 20 years. As a homebirth mom herself she understands the importance of the midwifery client relationship and hopes to foster loving caring connected relationships with each client she serves.
Shea has participated in several foreign midwifery internships, and volunteers around the world during humanitarian crisis providing care to women and children in extremely low resource areas of the world.
Shea has been serving the Jacksonville area for many years. First as co-owner and full time midwife at the busy Birth Center of Jacksonville and then as the Full time midwife at the Birth Collective of Jacksonville.
She is excited to now be serving Putnam, Clay and St. John’s counties.
When not catching babies, Shea can be found watching her boys on the soccer field, or driving her youngest around the golf course. Shea’s happy place is the beach. She also enjoys camping, kayaking, and traveling to destinations near and far.
I was born in Texas and moved to Jacksonville in 2012 and met Shea shortly after when I choose her as my midwife for the birth of my son, Ethan. Our friendship and professional relationship bloomed from there.
I joined Shea officially in early 2018 as office manager and now manage the office virtually from my home near Atlanta, Ga where I live with my family.
I have 4 sons, 3 of which were home births (2 caught by Shea!) and have been involved in the birth community for many years as an advocate for home birth and as a placenta encapsulation specialist.