Leah Finch, FNP, Midi Clinician
Leah earned her Family Nurse Practitioner degree to get a broader-spectrum education, “but I did all my elective hours in gynecology and realized that I absolutely loved women’s care,” she says.
“As a clinician and as a patient myself, I find that women are too often ignored by the healthcare system, especially as we age,” Leah says. “Specialized care for patients going through perimenopause and menopause is so important, and can dramatically improve quality of life. That’s why I find it profoundly rewarding to treat their symptoms.”
Years of working in a gynecological oncology practice “gave me strong knowledge on how to guide women through the journey when they can’t take hormone replacement therapy. I let them know their options, and that relief for their symptoms is always possible.”
Leah gets into the details with her patients, no matter what their health history may be. “ I can’t tell you how many times women came in and just the fact that I listened to them was huge.”