Michele Salvatore

A Nurse since 2004,  I worked with Dr. Mormol for 6 years in an outpatient gynecology center, and have been the Nurse Practitioner here since 2011. I moved to Saint Louis in 1997 with my husband and four children, love reading, traveling, the beach and spending time with my husband Dominick, my children and grandchildren. What excites me about caring and comforting OBGYN patients is the opportunity to educate and empower women to make informed health choices.

Position Woman's Health Nurse Practitioner
Experience BSN, WHNP, BC
  • A.A.S, Registered Nursing, St. Charles Community College
  • BSN, Nursing, UMSL
  • MSN, Women's Health Practitioner, UMSL
Job Role
  • Provide Adolescent to Post-Menopausal Women's Health
  • Birth Control
  • Pap Testing
  • STI Treatment
  • Routine OB Care
  • Pre-Natal Education
  • Post-Menopausal Care
  • Hormone Replacement Therapy
 From  New Jersey
  • Certified Nurse Practitioner

    Qualified through advanced women’s health studies, and certified by the Missouri Board of Nursing

  • Certified in IUD Placement

    Peraguard, Mirena, Skyla, Kyleena, Nexplanor

  • Certified in CPR/ACLS/BLS

    Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, Basic Life Support, Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support

Medical Education

Certification (Nurse Practitioner)Missouri State Board of Nursing

State and National certification as a licensed Woman’s Healthcare Nurse Practitioner and Registered Nurse.

MSN, Women's Health Practitioner UMSL

Advanced Nursing study in care of Women’s Health populations through course and clinical activities, including at least 600 hours of residency.

BSN, NursingUMSL

Preparatory courses in caring for the complex needs of patients, including health assessment, nursing research and evidence-based practice with community-based independent clinical activities.

ASN, Registered NursingSt. Charles Community College

Courses in science, liberal arts and nursing, consisting of lecture and laboratory periods as well as clinical experience in local health care facilities.