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Nicole Michler, CNM, is a certified nurse midwife at UW Health. Nicole treats many different conditions for women of all ages. She treats gynecological concerns including menstruation, birth control, childbirth, fertility issues, menopause, post-menopause and other female-related health issues.
Nicole works closely with doctors, medical assistants, nurses, and other team members at UW Health to provide the best comprehensive care available. This care includes providing resources when a patient is feeling stress or anxiety around welcoming a new family member, as well as other health-related issues.
Nicole believes patient education is a vital part of the care plan. Knowledge allows the patient to make informed decisions regarding their own health care and improves their self-confidence and feelings of empowerment.
Listening gives Nicole, a better understanding of her patients. She learns about their past health care experiences — good or bad — their background, family dynamics and beliefs to get a more complete picture.
Nicole enjoys participating in triathlons and twice completed the Ironman Wisconsin. These days, she enjoys outdoor activities with her husband and young son.
My hope for each of my patients is that they feel well cared for and heard. I want them to feel respected throughout each phase of their care and at the end, they feel empowered as they move through the health care system to make decisions for themselves and their families.
Education & credentials
- Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI