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Colleen Chace Gardner, RNC/MN, WHNP, NCMP - Providence Women's Health Care

Colleen Chace Gardner, RNC/MN, WHNP, NCMP

Women's Health Nurse Practitioner and Menopause Specialist

Menopause Expert

Addressing the issues of hormone replacement, bio-identical hormones, weight
gain, low libido, and bone density abnormalities.

Member: NAMS North American Menopause Society
NPWH Nurse Pracitioners in Women’s Health

Master of Nursing – Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner: Emory University
1988

Bachelors of Nursing: University of Massachusetts North Dartmouth 1983

USAF Nurse Corps: 1983 – 1986 Active Duty Nurse
1986 – 1991 Reserve Flight Nurse

NAMS Certified Menopause Practitioner: 2005

Colleen began her nursing career in the USAF Nurse Corps and completed her Master’s of Nursing at Emory University. Colleen has been practicing in the Atlanta area for 28 years and has been Clinical faculty at Emory University School
of Nursing. In addition to treating routine and problem gynecologic issues, Colleen is one of Providence Women’s Healthcare “Menopause Expert” and addresses the issues of hormone replacement, bio-identical hormones, weight
gain, low libido, and bone density abnormalities.

On the other end of the spectrum, Colleen also has passion for helping teenage girls and their mothers become comfortable with the changes these adolescent girls are facing. As a mother, of a 25 and 23 year old daughters, Colleen has traveled this road. Colleen is known throughout her community and beyond for the many programs she offers on topics such as puberty, teen sexuality, and menopause.

Colleen’s approach to the patient-caregiver relationship is to provide a very relaxed and casual atmosphere where her patients can open up and be heard. She believes a health care provider should allow time for questions so that each patient can become an informed consumer and advocate of her own healthcare.

 
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