RN, MSN, FNP-C, CLC
Arevig is originally from the Boston area and has always had a love for mothers and babies. She pursued nursing school and graduated with her Bachelors degree in Nursing in 2003. She worked in the inpatient setting in the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit, Operating Room, and Post-Anesthesia Care Unit. She knew she wanted to advance her education and knowledge and so later pursued graduate school to become a Family Nurse Practitioner and graduated in 2011 from Duke University. During her final clinical residency in grad school, her preceptor was also a Lactation Counselor. Arevig was fascinated with these visits and this birthed her interest in this field. She moved back to the Boston area in 2012 and has continued her NP career here. As she reflected on the kind of work she wants to be doing, she decided to pursue her Lactation Counselor certification a few years ago. She was so excited to connect with NEMF soon after and to meet a group of Nurse Practitioners supporting mothers with breastfeeding.
Arevig is passionate about health and healthy living. She sees the birthing process and infant feeding as an integral part of building a healthy foundation for a child and bond with the mother and looks forward to supporting moms and babies in this process. In her free time, Arevig enjoys spending time with family and friends, exploring new spots in New England, reading, and photography! She is excited to be a part of New England Mothers First.
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Please note, NEMF does NOT bill under YOUR Affordable Care Act (ACA) Lactation Benefit. All claims are processed through the medical insurances of both the Mother and the baby according to your health care plan design.
HMO & EPO policies will require a referral from the mother’s Primary Care Physician as well as the baby’s Pediatrician. Copays, Co-Insurance, and Deductibles may apply to services pending each individual mother and baby insurance policy.