- Xavier Universityphysical sciences, 1973 - 1977
- University of KentuckyMedicine, 1977 - 1981
- University of Texas Medical BranchObstetrics and Gynecology, 1981 - 1982
- University of LouisvilleFamily Practice, 1982 - 1984
She is an employed physician for Baptist Medical Associates in Louisville, KY. She enjoys partnering with her patients and believes patients who are well-informed and take an active role in their own well-being make for healthier, more satisfied people who make better lifestyle choices.
As a "primary care doc", Dr. Nieder advocates for PHYSICIAN led teams that embrace patients in not only the chronic illness setting but in preventive programs as well.
twitter ID: @docnieder
Member American Academy of Family Medicine, Greater Louisville Medical Society, Kentucky Academy of Family Medicine, Kentucky Medical Association, Society for Participatory Medicine, HiMSS
- Baptist Medical AssociatesStaff Physician, present
- Baptist Medical AssociatesPhysician Champion, presentAssisting in the implementation and optimization of the Allscripts Enterprise Product in the Louisville Market.
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