Dr. Jeneen Lomax is a certified nurse-midwife with over 20 years of women's health experience. She's a three-time graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago, earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (2001), Master of Science in Nursing (2009), and a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree (2018). Over the last 12 years, Dr. Lomax has worked in several practice settings as a nurse-midwife, such as community hospitals, large academic hospitals, private practices, and federally qualified health centers. She enjoyed working as an assistant professor in ADN-RN and MSN-FNP programs and as a clinical preceptor for RN, APRNs, medical students, and a clinical provider over family planning fellows throughout the ten years before joining Frontier Nursing University in 2018 as faculty. Currently, Dr. Lomax is the Clinical Transition Coordinator overseeing the Clinical Bound program for Midwifery and Women's Health; she also serves as a faculty mentor for students of color.
Dr. Lomax's absolute passion and life's work are caring for and empowering women and childbearing people or teaching those who care for them. As a Certified Nurse-Midwife and academic faculty, her goal is to educate and uplift others to reach their greatest potential.