I am a Certified Nurse-Midwife and Women's Health Nurse Practitioner, and an intensely passionate about providing body-affirming, gender-inclusive care. I focus primarily on the LGBTQ+ community, and care for patients with trauma histories, disordered eating patterns, and gender-diverse individuals.
My name is Signey Olson (she/her and they/them) and I am a Certified Nurse-Midwife, Nurse Practitioner, and Doctor of Nursing Practice. While I've worked in direct clinical care for over the past decade, my focus is on educating the next generation of providers while still maintaining a small consultation and telehealth practice.
My background is comprised of degrees in nursing, gender studies, and community development, followed by graduate midwifery education and clinical training at
George Washington University Hospital in DC.
My clinical focus includes the care of patients with disordered eating patterns and who have struggled to find weight-neutral medical care.
I strive to practice from a fat-positive and body liberation lens that helps to dismantle body-shame and combat body-based oppression.
The goal of my care is centered on inclusivity. I have been deeply involved with my national midwifery organization in expanding historical perceptions of midwifery and who midwives care for. I present at events on the topic of gender inclusivity, and help develop curriculum guidelines on gender-affirming care for midwifery education programs.
I focus primarily on the LGBTQ+ community, offering virtual care and consultations regarding GYN concerns, gender-affirming hormone management and fertility options for all genders and bodies.
A trauma-informed, consent-driven approach informs my care.
I am a faculty member at Georgetown University where I teach complex gynecology, sexuality, primary care, and the effects of trauma on the body.
I was nervous going in because I had been treated poorly by another medical establishment during an attempt to obtain hormones.
Within a minute of meeting Signey, I knew that I was in a safe space.
- J. J.
Fertility & Preconception Planning: Discussions on natural fertility, fertility medications, IUI, IVF
*Please note that while I do not offer in-person fertility treatment, I have excellent referrals*
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)