Zoe Keaveney

Midwife/Sonographer

I have joined Tummy2mummy and am really excited to be on board to work with such a lovely team and support all our lovely mums and dads in their experiences with Tummy2mummy 

In 2003 when I was a student midwife I met Donna as my first mentor, she taught me how essential it was to be an empathetic and caring midwife always striving for normality and supporting those through the abnormalities in the childbirth process. Since then we have remained friends and she has continued to guide and support me through my midwifery career.

In 2006 I qualified as a midwife and began my career at Heartlands Hospital, gaining further experiences in high-risk care, although my heart remained caring for women in a low risk setting. In 2010 I was given the opportunity to be part of the team opening Netherbrook Birth Unit in Solihull Hospital offering one to one care promoting normality and waterbirths.

In 2012 I made the decision to start my journey in Obstetric Ultrasound at Birmingham University, I worked in the fetal well being unit at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire, where I was supported to build my skills and knowledge in scanning.

In 2018 I completed a pelvic ultrasound course with The British Fertility Society 

It included Gynecology, Fertility and Early Pregnancy scanning.

I am married to Chris who has been my rock supporting me and our amazing 3 children our twin boys Lee and Sean born naturally in 1994 and in 1997   followed our princess Sophie (some of you will know her from reception in Coventry). Sophie has just qualified as a Nurse. 

Family values are so important to me and my practice as a midwife/sonographer

I look forward to supporting you all.

  • Thanks for all your help and support, Emily & Lewis are angels
  • Thank you for my reassurance, you are very nice people doing a great job
  • It was wonderful to know we could phone & you were always there for us
  • You feel more like their best friend than their client
  • Thank you for all your help when I was in my mummy’s tummy
  • We can’t thank you enough for such a perfect end to our pregnancy