Jennifer Miller, NP-C


Jennifer Miller is a Family Nurse Practitioner board-certified through The American Associations of Nurse Practitioners.

Jennifer is a Cleveland transplant, stemming from Cincinnati, Ohio. She completed her undergraduate Bachelor's degree in Nursing and graduated summa cum laude from Cleveland State University and the Honors College.

She continued her education at Kent State University, where she graduated summa cum laude with a Master's Degree of Nursing. There, she delivered the 2018 Kent State Pinning Ceremony Speech.

She has over five years of nursing experience including Cardiac Intensive Care at the Cleveland Clinic, Cardiac-Thoracic Care at University Hospitals, and working in several specialties as a travel nurse at New York Presbyterian Hospital. Jennifer remains active with her memberships to NEONP, Ohio Advanced Practice Nurses, and the AACN Lake Erie Chapter.

During her nursing career, she has obtained her CCRN certification, worked as a Stanford Diabetes Nurse Educator, volunteered as a Community Nurse, and remained active in Nursing Research. She was on the Nursing Research Evidence Based Practice Committee, Shared Governance, and Professional Development board at the Cleveland Clinic. There, Jenny was a principal investigator on a clinical study, including a grant funded trial of a nursing invention. Jenny was also an Ohio Nurse's Association recipient for two consecutive years for her graduate work.

She continues to emphasize health and wellness in the community by teaching group fitness classes.