Nurse Practitioners

A Nurse Practitioner (or NP as they are commonly referred to) is a nurse who has advanced education and training to care for a woman through every stage of her life, from adolescence to menopause and beyond. Working in partnership with the patient and in collaboration with board-certified OB/GYN physicians, the NP is able to assess, diagnose, educate and treat women, paying special attention to health promotion, disease prevention and managing chronic illness.

Our NPs take a special interest in educating patients and understanding all the issues that may affect an individual’s health, including family and work relationships, spiritual values and community.

Patrice Kellogg, WHNP, MSN

Patrice Kellogg,
WHNP, MSN

Board Certification: National Certification Corporation Certification for Obstetric-Gynecologic Nurse Practitioner

Graduate Education: Master of Science, Ambulatory Women’s Health, Boston College, Boston, MA

Undergraduate Education: Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH

Specialties: Infertility, vulvovaginal disorders, adolescent health and menopausal management

Locations: Haverhill and Newburyport

Margaret Rawson, WHNP, PA-C

Margaret Rawson,
WHNP, PA-C

Board Certification: National Certification Corporation Certification for Obstetric-Gynecologic Nurse Practitioner

Undergraduate Education: Physician’s Assistant Program, Dartmouth College, Henniker, NH
Diploma in Registered Nursing, Concord Hospital School of Nursing, Concord, NH

Specialties: Infertility, family planning, health maintenance and prevention teaching and support for all women across their lifespan

First assistant to Women's Health Care Surgeons in the Operating Room. Margaret is not seeing patients in the office as of January 2016.