I'll send out my feelers and see if there is someone I can get you in contact with. Another option is to look up CNMs in your area on the ACNM website, contact them and see if there is someone you can shadow or talk with locally.
I think a lot of CNMs actually start out as primarily baby catchers and as they get older, have families, want friendlier schedules they move to gyn care. It's actually a similar reason why there aren't as many ob/gyns catching babies anymore.
I know there are a lot of job listings for CNMs to work in ob/gyn practices all over the country (midwifery is a growing profession
). Your scope of practice with any given group would be defined by your job description they provide you. I assume that you could also look for WHNP jobs (of which there are also a lot) and depending on the practice's understanding of the scope of practice of midwives there would be no reason for them not to hire you.
At any rate, I'm glad to see prospective CNMs interested in primary care. It is a misconception that midwives don't perform gyn care, but I believe that it is this primary PREVENTATIVE care that is most valuable to our patient's quality of life and rewarding to our practice.
Good luck, keep in touch!