Dr. Heath Miller
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Dr. Heath Miller estimates he’s delivered around 3,000 babies over the course of his 22-year career as an OB/GYN. Now he’s seeing the adult patients he helped welcome into the world as newborns.
Being part of this full circle of care for patients is exactly why Miller chose to join UW Medicine in 2018. He wanted to help train the next generation of doctors.
After completing his OB/GYN training at UW Medical Center, Miller worked for the Navajo Nation for a few years before returning to Seattle. He spent a majority of his career at Swedish, including 10 years as the Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology. During that time, he specialized in minimally invasive surgery while also providing general women’s health and maternity care.
In addition to his current practice at the UW Medical Center-Roosevelt Clinic, Miller will be offering a full range of OB/GYN services at the new UW Neighborhood South Lake Union Clinic starting July 1.
Now, having returned to where he began his medical career, Miller reflects on what inspires him as a doctor, how he approaches patient care and what he enjoys about UW Medicine.
Read more about Dr. Miller in the Huddle article here.