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New Patients Welcome!

512-425-3825

located near Mopac & Parmer
gynecologic consultant to the

UT Women’s Athletic Program

Individualized care at
every stage & every age

Natural Beginning Birth Center

Individualized care at
every stage & every age

New Patients Welcome!

512-425-3825

located near Mopac & Parmer
gynecologic consultant to the

UT Women’s Athletic Program

Natural Beginning Birth Center

Erin Miksic

CNM
Erin Miksic headshot

Erin Miksic has been a CNM since 2013 and comes from an eclectic background. Raised in a small tight-knit community in rural Vermont she moved to NYC for 12 years after studying history of science and doing premed in undergrad at Bard College. She worked in TV/Movie production doing costuming until she went on to pursue her Masters in Nursing. After deciding that Midwifery was her true passion, she completed a Bachelors in nursing and a Masters in Nursing from Johns Hopkins University followed by a graduate certificate in Midwifery from Shenandoah University.

Her experience as a CNM include, a busy teaching hospital in the Bronx where she worked high risk clinic with a group of MFM physicians and took call for Labor and Delivery. A homebirth and birth center practice on Whidbey Island in WA state, and Austin Area Birthing Center. She also worked on the Labor and Delivery unit at Johns Hopkins Hospital while in nursing school. During her training to be a midwife she worked in New Mexico with the Indian Health Service; in Austin TX with our practice; and a home birth practice with the Amish Community in Pennsylvania. Erin has done public health outreach at a rural health clinic in Ghana and worked as a no-fee doula with the under-served in Baltimore. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, cooking, dancing the Texas two-step, gardening and the great outdoors. The homebirth of her brother when she was 21 was what originally inspired Erin to become a midwife. 18 years later, she is very excited to come back to one of the places she trained where she was originally inspired by how collaboratively the doctors and midwives work together to provide the safest most optimal care to women.

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OBGYN NORTH

is the practice of:

Maansi Piparia

MD, FACOG

Rebecca Teng

MD, FACOG

Carrie Culbertson

APRN, FNP-C, CNM

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