Miri is a Family and Women's Health Nurse Practitioner, Certified Nurse Midwife and International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC).  She achieved her bachelors and masters of science in Midwifery and Women's Health from Columbia University in New York City.  She then completed a post-masters certificate as a Family Nurse Practitioner at the University of Massachusetts. Before pursuing a career in the medical field, Miri completed a bachelor of fine arts in musical theater at New School University in New York City and performed as an opera singer in North America and Europe.  She then returned to school to complete a bachelor of science in nursing at Columbia University before moving onto the graduate level.

Miri is dedicated to helping women learn how to breastfeed and continue successfully.  By doing so, she can empower women to feel confident about themselves and their role as new mothers.  Miri understands that breastfeeding, although natural, does not always come easily to some.   She strives to help women overcome these obstacles and achieve continuous breastfeeding.  Miri believes every woman should have the opportunity to connect with their infants through breastfeeding.

Miri has a variety of experience treating acute minor illnesses in a walk-in clinic setting. She is able to see patients quickly and treat them at their convenience so they can get back to their regular lives. Miri focuses on patient education and enjoys helping patients in these times of need.

Miri is also passionate about supporting women and families throughout the lifespan. Miri has experience taking care of women from birth control to annual exams and pap smears. She can also complete physical exams for children and men as needed as well. Miri enjoys providing sexual health education to her patients as well as pre-conception and fertility information to those patients wishing to conceive.  Miri is a strong advocate for mental health services and is available to help any parents who are in need of support for postpartum depression as well. Miri is honored to be able to support families through the developmental milestones of their life.