Michelle Farber is a Certified-Nurse Midwife who manages a wide variety of women's health concerns from adolescence to pregnancy, the postpartum period, menopause and beyond.
Michelle earned her bachelor’s degree at the University of Connecticut and studied anthropology and women’s studies. She then pursued her midwifery training at Seattle University and entered practice in 2013. She has previously worked in a busy family planning clinic and practicing full-scope midwifery.
She is certified as a midwife through the American Midwifery Certification Board and is an active member of the American College of Nurse Midwives and Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health.
Patient Care Philosophy
I strive to provide compassionate, evidence-based care to all my patients. I have a passion for connecting with women as they experience pregnancy, search for the right contraceptive method, or are in need of preventative health care. I have a passion for helping women take charge of their health and their bodies.
Prenatal care; adolescent gynecology; contraception and family planning; breastfeeding education and support; preventative health care
Health disparity; miscarriage management; breastfeeding medicine
|Seattle University||Medical Education||2013|
|American Midwifery Certification Board||Certified Nurse Midwife||2013|