Victoria Miller, APRN FNP-C

Family Practice and Women's Health

Victoria was born and raised in upstate New York, and from early childhood was a voracious reader, spending summers with her mother at Vassar College, a full library at her disposal to feed her curiosity about medicine, history and human behavior. Named after her mother’s obstetrician, it seemed fated that she would go into medicine, and after the birth of her own first child, she developed a passion for women’s health, and became trained as a doula and childbirth educator in Seattle.

After spending her twenties raising her three children, she and her family moved to Alaska to be near his family, and with their support she attended nursing school and began a career in labor and delivery. The best part of her job was working with new parents during the transition to parenthood, with a largely Alaska native population.

Her intention was always to pursue primary care, and she soon embarked on a family nurse practitioner program at the University of Alaska, graduating with honors. Since graduation she has worked largely with women and families, from infants to post-menopausal women. While the patients she cares for vary many decades in age, she passionately believes in providing the most up to date, comprehensive care, delivered in a warm and caring way, consistently providing education and support in addition to evidence based care. She believes that education is the cornerstone of her work as a medical provider, and she believes in engagement and partnership between the patient and herself. In this way they work together to co-create the most optimal states of health possible.

Victoria is passionate about two things – family and medicine – so it’s no surprise that she followed her son and grandchildren to Oregon, to be closely involved in the lives of her grandchildren. When not spending time in clinic or “running wild” with her grandchildren, she enjoys sourdough baking, gardening, and playing with her three spoiled cats and her elderly Basset Hound, Stella.

She is excited to share her knowledge and expertise to local families, all while being close to her own extended family and exploring the culture and beauty of Oregon.