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Kathleen Tyson, CNM

Kathleen Tyson

Kathleen Tyson, CNM

Accepts New Patients

Offers Virtual Visits


Centreville OBGYN

14701 Lee Highway
Suite 303
Centreville, VA 20121

Accepts New Patients

Offers Virtual Visits



Board Certification

Advanced Practice Midwife


Graduate School

Frontier School of Midwifery & Family Nursing
Master of Science in Nursing
Hyden, KY

Undergraduate School

George Mason University
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Fairfax, VA


Katie Tyson offers her expertise as a nurse midwife at Reston Women’s Center in Reston, Virginia. She worked her way through nursing school and through her nursing career, beginning her journey as a nurse with her AAS in Nursing from NVCC before obtaining a BSN from George Mason University, graduating with highest honors, and finally completing her MSN as a Certified Nurse Midwife through Frontier Nursing University, also graduating with highest honors. She practiced as a registered nurse for 9 years before becoming a midwife with experience in medical-surgical nursing, high-risk pregnancy, and labor and delivery. She completed her midwifery preceptorship as a student nurse under Traci Marin, CNM prior to joining our practice.

Katie supports women through all stages of their life, from adolescence through menopause and through pregnancy, labor/birth, and the postpartum period. She believes in serving women with open, honest communication, nonjudgmental attitude, trust, consent, and a little laughter. Katie is trained in NEXPLANON® insertion as well as all forms of IUDs. She has a special interest in contraception and for those not planning a pregnancy, and will be happy to discuss the various options available to you and work with you to find the right fit. In pregnancy and birth, Katie believes that being “with-woman” includes being present and attentive to women choosing to labor unmedicated as much as those choosing epidurals. She attends births at Inova Fair Oaks Hospital. She has a certification in advanced electronic fetal monitoring (C-EFM) and encourages a high-touch, low-tech approach to labor and birth.