As a Board-Certified Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, Nicole Miroballi, APN, MSN, WHNP-BCoffers patients at Vios Fertility Institute Chicago the compassionate care needed during one of the most hopeful – and most stressful times of their lives. As a graduate of the University of Cincinnati, Nicole received a Master of Science in Nursing while specializing in women’s health. Her extensive nursing background of over ten years plays a vital role in her focus to practice individualized and holistic care to all patients.
As a highly-skilled professional in the women’s health field, Nicole provides a variety of services for Vios Fertility patients while undergoing treatments of in vitro fertilization, intrauterine insemination and egg freezing. From performing physical exams and ultrasounds to educating patients on the latest treatment breakthroughs, Nicole encourages her patients to be involved in their plan of care. Most importantly, she serves as their support system and advocate, answering questions and offering guidance through every step of their fertility process.
Prior to joining Vios Fertility Institute, Nicole served as a Registered Nurse in hospital women’s health units and OB/GYN offices for over ten years throughout the Chicagoland area. Through her work, she has assisted families not only during their labor and delivery process, but also during their prenatal and pregnancy care. It was while watching patients and families struggle with infertility that Nicole discovered her calling – she realized she wanted to help those who were facing fertility issues achieve successful outcomes and their dream of having the family they always wanted. Through her role at Vios, Nicole is able to help make that dream a reality for our patients.
Nicole Miroballi, APN, MSN, WHNP-BC
Master of Science in Nursing: University of Cincinnati
Bachelor of Science in Nursing: Lewis University
APN in Illinois
RN in Illinois and Florida
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support
Basic Life Support
Neonatal Resuscitation Program
RNC – External Fetal Monitoring