LaTosha Ruiz, CNM, MSN, is a Licensed Midwife. She graduated Cum Laude from the University of Rochester. Then she began her career as a registered nurse focusing on women’s health. LaTosha worked in the gynecological, oncological, and obstetrical units of NYC’s leading teaching hospitals. After completing the SUNY Downstate Master of Science Nurse-Midwifery program, she continued as an adjunct professor in obstetrics for BSN students at The College of New Rochelle.
Latosha focuses on assisting women in managing their physical, mental, and emotional health with her clinical expertise, compassion, empathy, objectivity, and cultural sensitivity. She offers women traditional forms of care and alternative methods pertinent to their health. She believes women deserve the right to choose a healthcare provider who will assist them in selecting their course of treatment.
LaTosha enjoys spending time with her husband and four children. She is an avid reader and loves to cook. LaTosha, a former Girl Scout, is a volunteer serving 22 years as the leader of a troop of 32 school-age girls. She believes in the importance of fostering self-esteem and self-advocacy in their early years. LaTosha dedicates herself to enriching self-awareness at this crucial stage.