Clinics / Affiliations:
Mon-Thurs 8-4:30pm, Fri 8-1pm
Education & Training:
Montana State University
Idaho State University
Natalie M. Miller, PA-C, MPAS is a nationally certified Physician Assistant who joined Portneuf Medical Group in 2014. She works as a part of the Medical Oncology team where she meets with and provides education for patients, reviews and orders laboratory and radiologic tests, and prescribes medications including chemotherapy.
Natalie grew up in both Alaska and Montana. She attended Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana, majoring in Cell Biology and Neuroscience. She and her husband moved to Pocatello in 2012 where Natalie attended ISU’s Physician Assistant Program, graduating with a Master’s of Physician Assistant Studies.
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Always helpful answers all my questions and listen very well. Kind and compassionate
— Robert Vasquez
The people at Portneuf Cancer Center do a fantastic job. Natalie is a credit to their establishment. She is very caring and on top of her profession. Couldn't ask for a better person to help me along with my follow-ups and recovery.
— Rock Roy
The Portneuf Cancer Center is an outstanding facility with equally outstanding personnel who work there. The doctors, physicians assistants, and nurses are so kind attentive and helpful. They respond very quickly to your questions and issues. Very happy with the care I am receiving there.
— David Rowsell
All our questions were answered, all our concerns were addressed. Natalie is a very concerned and compassionate provider.
— Marci & Don Ziegler
Natalie is very good at her job. It’s hard to find someone that is effective and also cares.
— Jerry May
Natalie has been so kind and compassionate during this trying time. Whenever someone uses the "C" word your heart stops and life changes all around you. She has walked us through the plans and been there by our side even when Don was hospitalized for another issue. We thank you Natalie for being our doctor and taking such good care of us and helping us deal with this monster named Cancer.
— Susan Ross