Lauren earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from St. Louis University. She went on to her Master of Science in Nursing, Women’s Health, with the University of Cincinnati. She is experienced in Acute Care Labor and Delivery and was most recently from North Suburban Medical Center. She advocates for safe and healthy pregnancies and childbirth for every mother. Outside of work, she enjoys hiking, running, and traveling.
Being outdoors all year long-hiking, skiing, and trail running.
Spending time with my family and baking.
I choose to become a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner to be able to care for women at all stage of their life. Prenatal care is vital but so is contraception, hormone replacement, and treating various infections. I’m lucky to see such a range of patients.
I’m most proud of creating a welcoming environment for my patients.
The most important part of my job is making women feel comfortable when they walk into the exam room. They should never be afraid to ask any type of question about their body.
Low-risk prenatal care
BioTe Bioidentical Hormone Pellet Therapy
Undergrad: St. Louis University
Medical: University of Cincinnati (for my Master of Science in Nursing)
Residency: University of Minnesota
Due to the rise in COVID-19 cases in Colorado, we are no longer allowing visitors of any age for clinic appointments. We understand that this is an inconvenience and potential child care cost for our clients but the safety of our pregnant clients, newborns and health care providers is our top priority. Birth Center family/support is still allowed for those in labor. Please call for more information.