LaTosha Ruiz, CNM, MSN, is a Licensed Midwife. After graduating Cum Laude from the University of Rochester, she began her career focusing on women’s health as a registered nurse working on gynecological, oncological, and obstetrical units in NYC’s leading teaching hospitals. Upon completion of the SUNY Downstate Master of Science Nurse-Midwifery program, LaTosha continued working with and for women as an adjunct professor in obstetrics for BSN students at The College of New Rochelle. Her focus is to assist women in effectively managing their physical, mental, and emotional health with her clinical expertise, compassion, empathy, objectivity, and cultural sensitivity. LaTosha is dedicated to offering women traditional forms of care as well as alternative methods pertinent to their health because women deserve the right to choose a healthcare provider who will assist them in selecting their own course of treatment.
In her spare time, LaTosha enjoys spending time with her husband and four children. She is an avid reader and loves to cook. Additionally, LaTosha, a girl scout herself and now a volunteer with a cumulative time of 22 years is the leader of a Girl Scout troop of 32 elementary and middle school-age girls. She believes in the importance of fostering self-esteem and self-advocacy in the early years of girls as it is essential to lifelong success. LaTosha is dedicated to enriching self-awareness at this crucial stage of a woman’s life.