Rebecca Meek, WHNP-BC is a women’s health nurse practitioner who started her nursing career in 2003 as a clinic and then hospital nurse, including a three-year period in the emergency department. For over four years, Rebecca helped women to achieve physiologic and rewarding birthing experiences in her own free-standing birth center and home-birth practice as a Certified Nurse Midwife. Rebecca dove into functional medicine education, applied the things she was learning, and was blown away at the improvements she was seeing in her clientele.
Rebecca enjoys using her deep knowledge of hormone balancing and functional medicine to work with women to help find the underlying issues to problems like fatigue, depression, mental fog, weight gain, loss of vitality, insomnia, hot flashes, loss of libido, and hormone decline with age. Rebecca has an extensive background in women’s health, as well as primary care for women, and is adept at assessing medical problems as people age and how to help prevent them with lifestyle changes, appropriate supplementation, and optimal hormone balance.
Rebecca Meek is passionate about helping her patients get to the underlying root cause of their symptoms and to achieve the necessary balance in their lives.
From Rebecca’s Patients:
“Rebecca is absolutely amazing! She is very thorough, kind and listens intently at your questions and concerns. She full of great information and makes you feel at home. Everytime I leave Peak I brag to friends and family how much I absolutely adore and appreciate Rebecca and April!! You guys are amazing!!!!”
– Jenna S.
“My daughters and I have been patients of Rebecca Meek for six or more years now, she is exceptional with a friendly, genuine, bedside manner. She truly cares about her patients and I appreciate her deep knowledge on the natural supplements and medicines.”
– Darla P.
“I absolutely love Rebecca the NP she listened to my concerns answered my questions. Have already been recommending this office. Nice to see this type of practice in functional medicine in Klamath Falls.”
– Angela W.