Dr. Candice Nikisha Fraser has been an OB/GYN for the past 12 years and lives and works in Harlem, New York. Dr. Fraser received her BS in Biology from St. Francis College in Brooklyn. She attended the University of Connecticut School of Medicine for her MD degree. SHe completed her OB/GYN training at New York Medical College at Westchester Medical Center and Metropolitan Hospital. Dr. Fraser is board certified and a Fellow of the American Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology, ACOG
Dr. Lorraine Beraho is a board certified Pediatrician and Public Health Expert practicing in Washington DC. Dr. Beraho is passionate about the health concerns that are specific to adolescents and college-aged young adults. Originally from Uganda and Rwanda, Dr. Beraho grew up in South Carolina and obtained her medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and her Master of Public Health from The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She enjoys traveling, spending time with loved ones, and dancing with LBD, a contemporary dance troupe based in Washington, DC.
I am a certified Women's Health Nurse Practitioner and have been a nurse for 10 years. I am passionate about serving, empowering, and educating women of all ages. My experience ranges from teenage pregnancy, general prenatal care, STI/vaginitis, to menstrual irregularities, birth control/family planning, and menopause. I am on a mission to help young women in becoming confident in their health, while creating trust in their healthcare providers, better equipping them with the tools and knowledge to influence healthy generations to come.
I am a board certified Women's Health Nurse Practitioner with 20 years of experience in women's health care. My goal is to create a trusting, safe, enjoyable environment for women to seek care and feel empowered to make choices involving their mental and physical wellbeing. I am a country girl, living in a small rural town in southern New York. I am a mom of two amazing kids. I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, camping, gardening, and kayaking.
Women's Health Nurse Practitioner
As a Board Certified obstetrician and gynecologist for over 16 years, Dr. Kimberly Phipps values the delivery of excellent gynecological care with empathy and compassion. She has a special interest in combining tradition medical care with alternative therapies to provide a holistic patient experience. As Clinical Medical Director at Kiira Health, Dr. Phipps creates a unique, positive, and empowering experience for all patients that walk through our doors or engage with us online. After interacting with Kiira, Dr. Phipps wants you to feel knowledgeable, confident, and revitalized. Her areas of interest include fertility, contraception and family planning, preventive medicine, health, and fitness, and polycystic ovarian syndrome. Dr. Phipps completed her undergraduate education at the University of Michigan where she received a degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology. After graduating from U of M, she attended Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago. After completing her medical education, Dr. Phipps then went on to complete her residency at the Case Western Reserve Metrohealth Cleveland Clinic residency program in obstetrics and gynecology. When not caring for patients, Dr. Phipps enjoys live theater, ballet, musicals, movies, and spending time with her friends and family. She looks forward to welcoming you to Kiira Health and becoming a vital partner in your health journey.
Obstetrician and Gynecologist
I would describe my approach to counseling to be collaborative, solution focused, and integrative focusing on mind, body, and spirit. My intention is to create a safe, supportive, non-judgmental space where we can identify goals, strengths, learn new skills/methods to handle emotions, explore new perspectives, and discover your own answers bringing clarity. I grew up in New York and from a young age always had a deep interest and passion for mental and physical health and well-being. In my 20's I ran two marathons but as I entered my mid 30's and now 40 I spend a lot more time meditating. As a child and adolescent I experienced personal suffering and learned first hand that if we tap into our inner-strength, resiliency, without ever giving up we can turn adversity into opportunities for growth, wisdom, love, compassion, gratitude, and a multitude of other good qualities. Recently I was living in SE Asia for 6 years and rather than focusing on our differences believe that we can all embrace each other through altruism and understanding that everyone wants to be happy and does not want to suffer. Nothing brings me greater joy than to connect heart to heart.
Licensed Mental Health Counselor