Jennica Miner, MSN, FNP-C
Family Nurse Practitioner located in Klamath Falls, OR
Jennica Miner, MSN, FNP-C is a Family Nurse Practitioner who was born and raised in Arizona. After graduating with an Associate’s degree in science from Mohave Community College she moved to St. George, Utah, where she lived on and off for 11 years before finally moving to Oregon. In Utah, she received a Bachelor of Science in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from Utah Tech University in 2015. She then transitioned into nursing receiving a Bachelor’s degree from Roseman University of Health Sciences in 2017. Since becoming a nurse she has worked in multiple specialties including geriatrics, medical/surgical, pediatrics, and oncology. While working as a bedside nurse, she attended United States University and graduated in 2020 with her Master’s Degree in Nursing.
Since becoming a Nurse Practitioner, she has specialized in addiction medicine giving treatment to those struggling with opioid dependence. Caring for this vulnerable community solidified her passion for addressing mental health needs and not just physical ailments. She also has a special interest in women’s health and spent many of her clinical hours with midwives caring for women in all seasons of life. As a member of the LGBTQ+ community, she emphasizes compassionate healthcare that is sensitive to the various needs of every individual. She loves making connections with her patients and believes the best outcomes are attained when the patient feels they are safe to express their needs and be fully involved in their medical care and decision-making.
She and her wife keep their home full of life with their three dogs (Taffy, Gizmo, & Artie), two cats (Tabitha & Nora), two snakes (Voo & Loa), and an aquarium of fish. She has a variety of interests and hobbies including cooking, baking, painting, gardening, sewing, playing games of all kinds, and playing basketball. She loves spending her time with her pets and loved ones creating memories that will last a lifetime.