Dr. Gary Gregerson is Board Certified by American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology
I attended Southern Utah University in the early 1980’s. My studies were interrupted for two years while I performed service work in England (of all places). I finally graduated in 1985 with majors in zoology and chemistry.
I moved to Southern California to attend Loma Linda University College of Medicine and after four grueling years and one child later, I graduated in 1989 having earned a “Doctorate of Medicine”. During those years, my idea of what was important evolved. I guess the birth of my daughter, Natasha, changed me fundamentally. I felt compelled to dedicate my career to help others experience the miracle of life I had witnessed with her birth.
Because I hated moving and perhaps because the University Hospital was home to a very “solid” residency program in obstetrics and gynecology, I signed up for another four years.
During residency, I was the recipient of much more than witnessing the wonder of birth. I came to see the miracle of womanhood. I realized being a woman implies far more than how her anatomy and physiology differed from my own. She is a real person with hopes, dreams, and aspirations just like my own. She has struggles, pain, and fear also just like my own. Consequently, I slowly redefined my role as a physician dedicated exclusively to a woman’s well-being.
In this role, an OB/GYN dares not care for a woman’s reproductive health care needs alone but must attend to her emotional and spiritual needs as well. As an OB/GYN, I can address these facets of womanhood only by taking the time necessary to acquaint myself with each patient as a whole person.
If I am fortunate enough to participate in your reproductive health care, I hope you too will feel I have accomplished these goals with our every encounter.
Dr. Gregerson has several hobbies including welding, building guns, woodworking, camping, traveling, boating, food drying, prepping and internet shopping (another way he relates to females J). He is also a Certified Scuba Dive Instructor. He absolutely loves his dog, Bosley. He loves it when patients hug him in the waiting room and “thank him for getting them pregnant” and having to explain to his wife that it doesn’t mean what it sounds like.
Jane Weis, Certified Midwife
Hi! I am Jane, and I became a Certified Nurse Midwife in 2012 after working as a Labor and Delivery Nurse for 20+ years. It had always been a dream of mine to become a Nurse Midwife and work at St. Als, Nampa (Birkeland Maternity Center) with all the great nurses and staff there. I feel blessed to be a part of the miracle of birth. I enjoy supporting families before, during and after the baby comes. I also enjoy teaching nursing students Obstetrics at NNU.
My husband and I keep busy with our family of 3 sons and daughters-in-law, plus 5 grand-kids. We love traveling and organizing church trips to Italy, We also enjoy our get-togethers (usually involving food) with friends and family here in Boise!!
Bethany Mello, Nurse Practitioner
I graduated with my BSN from Northwest Nazarene University in 2003, my Master’s in Nursing Education from Walden University in 2006, and my Doctorate in Nursing Practice from North Dakota State University in 2011. My NP work has been in acute care pediatrics and peds with significant behavioral issues. Most of my work has been in women’s health. I have experience working with all forms of birth control, including Mirena, Skyla, Paragard, and Nexplanon. I have worked in hormone replacement therapy in perimenopausal and postmenopausal women and also testosterone replacement therapy in men. I have a passion for wellness and health promotion. I have been in nursing education for 11 years, I love learning, keeping up to date, and educating others.
I have been in the healthcare field for over 10 years. Like most of you, I am a daughter, wife, and mother.