Team Bio

Heather Wierima-Adams, MSN, WHNP-BC, NCMP, Midi Clinician

Filling a gap: “With 20 years of nursing experience including seven as a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, I’ve worked in various facets of women’s health: labor and delivery, gynecology, and even plastic surgery. But it was the gap in support for women during the transitional period of midlife that prompted me to become a Certified Menopause Provider through The Menopause Society.”

Conversation as care: “One of the most meaningful moments in my career came while working with post-op patients on the gynecology floor during night shifts. Those quiet, vulnerable hours offered a unique opportunity for connection. Patients would open up, sharing their stories and struggles. These conversations shaped my approach to nursing care. I aim to be fully present and attentive to each patient’s story. That’s how we can truly understand and make a difference in their lives.”

Solving for symptoms: “One of the most rewarding aspects of caring for women during midlife is the opportunity to enhance their quality of life by addressing their specific symptoms. I approach this by crafting customized Care Plans rooted in evidence-based medicine and tailored to each woman’s desires, beliefs, and needs. The goal, always, is to empower women to take control of their health and well-being.”

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