Colleen M. Miller, M.D.

Colleen M. Miller, M.D.

Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility

About Dr. Miller

Colleen M. Miller, M.D. earned her Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition with a minor in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, as well as her medical degree, from The Ohio State University. While there, she help multiple peer-elected leadership positions and received an award for excellence in professionalism.

Dr. Miller completed her OB/GYN residency at Ascension St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana, during which she published a book chapter on mentorship for academic scientists and physicians. She was also selected as an ACOG Gellhaus Advocacy Fellow; as such, she lobbied for maternal healthcare and obtained bipartisan support for the Preventing Maternal Deaths Act, signed into law in 2018.

She completed her fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Mayo Clinic, where she authored multiple peer-reviewed publications, one of which was chosen as the topic of discussion at an ASRM global journal club. While at Mayo Clinic. Dr. Miller also earned a master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences in Reproductive Endocrinology.

Dr. Miller is passionate about patient advocacy and dedicated to providing patient-centered care. She believes in empowering her patients with the knowledge to achieve their own personal fertility and family building goals.


Medical School

The Ohio State University

Internship & Residency

Ascension St. Vincent Hospital, Obstetrics & Gynecology


Mayo Clinic, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility

Get to Know Dr. Miller

  • In practice, what are you most proud of?

    I am most proud of the relationships I have fostered with my patients and the trust they have given me to care for them.

  • Why did you choose to work in the field of reproductive medicine?

    I was first interested in REI in medical school due to the complex science of reproduction. In residency, I realized that I love working with and helping infertility patients during their infertility journey, which can be one of the most vulnerable, frustrating, and isolating times of their lives.

    The field of REI is relatively new within the medical profession. We are constantly evolving and learning as physicians, both academically and directly from our patients. I also love that the field allows me to participate in patient advocacy locally and nationally.

  • What is your approach to medicine?

    I believe in a patient-centered approach, in which the needs of the patient come first. I believe in shared decision-making to create the treatment plan that best helps my patients reach their family-building goals instead of a one-size-fits-all treatment.

  • Share something unique people don't know about you.

    I was the Ohio State Homecoming Queen in 2010.

  • What do you do for fun in your spare time?

    In my free time, I like to hike, go to title boxing and take reformer pilates classes for exercise. I love top chef and enjoy learning to cook. I love finding new local restaurants and Nashville has the best food of any city I’ve ever lived in before.