Jessica Bass, WHNP-BC
Throughout her 11 years of caring for women, Jessica has prioritized attentiveness. “The number one thing I pride myself on as a clinician is listening,” she says. “If a patient feels heard, they become an active participant in their care plan, and make progress much faster.”
She initially wanted to go into pediatrics, “but I realized quickly that the best way to help children is to give them a healthy mom,” Jessica says. “That’s what’s going to leave a legacy of wellbeing for the entire family.”
Her commitment to overcoming barriers in women's health led her to Midi. "I think menopause is one of the last big topics we don’t talk about,” she explains. “As women, we’re called to lift each other up and break these taboos. It’s fulfilling to be part of a movement that brings us together as a community of women."