University of Cincinnati
Masters of Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner – 2017
Weber State University
B.S. Nursing – 2009
Zheila Schwartz is a Family Nurse Practitioner in Ogden Clinic’s OB/GYN department. She practices at Layton Hospital and is part of Dr. Audrey Roberts’s Care Team.
Zheila delivers quality healthcare to women of all ages – from early adolescence to post-menopause. She received her undergraduate education at Weber State University where she graduated Cum Laude and played NCAA soccer. She went on to earn her Masters of Nursing from the University of Cincinnati.
Zheila has experience in many medical settings. She has worked as a labor and delivery RN, a surgical unit RN, and an RN in McKay-Dee Hospital’s post-anesthesia care unit. Zheila is an experienced labor coach (with and without the use of anesthesia) and she also performs efficient care to women with perinatal and/or medical complications. She also advocates for overall wellness and disease prevention. With routine health screenings and preventative care, she enjoys helping patients achieve their optimum state of health.
In her free time, Zheila loves spending time with her husband and two children. She finds peace and enjoyment in the outdoors camping, hiking, mountain biking, and cycling across Northern Utah's beautiful outdoor surroundings.
While it’s common to experience cramps and a heavier flow during the initial days of your period, it is not normal to have unmanageable pain, lengthy bleeding, or excessive blood loss. Zheila Schwartz, Women’s Health FNP-C at Intermountain Layton Hospital breaks down what’s normal—and not normal—during your period.https://www.ogdenclinicblog.com/heavy-periods/