Happy to reassure you. Most CNMs work in hospitals and work closely with physicians to achieve the best outcomes for pregnant people whether they have a completely blank medical/obstetric history or if they have had complications previously or ongoing. CNMs definitely support interventions, medications, epidurals,cesarean births when it’s appropriate. Unfortunately there is a lot of interventions/medical care that’s unnecessary for low risk women. However, due to your personal experiences for example CNMs would be highly supportive of the collaboration with the widely medical team. What CNMs do is look at the person from a holistic point of view and have a more equal decision making relationship than a traditional doctor patient set up. Hope that helps! Good luck with your application.