Team Bio

Amanda Gold, MSN APRN WHNP-BC, Midi Clinician

A focus on emotional wellness: “Mental health advocacy has always been extremely important to me. Before getting my masters in nursing, I got my bachelors degree in psychology, and I’ve tapped that knowledge over the five years I’ve spent caring for gyn patients, including many in midlife. I love being able to meet my patients at that intersection between psychology and menopause, including mood changes and insomnia.”

Time for patients:  “I felt I could really make a difference in this field, but I’ve found that it’s just not possible to address all of the symptoms and treatments of menopause in a 15 minute well-woman exam. This is where Midi comes in to bridge the gap.”

Treatment transformation: "What's particularly rewarding about caring for patients in midlife is walking with them through their health journey. I see their progress from the initial visit, when they sometimes have tears in their eyes due to having their symptoms dismissed by previous providers, to the follow-up visit where they emerge entirely transformed. That’s the payoff of prioritizing a nurturing environment and comprehensive education, ensuring each patient receives tailored treatment that aligns with their unique needs.”

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