Sara Willis, CNM

Speciality: Women’s Health


Pocatello Women’s Health Clinic

777 Hospital Way Bldg A Suite 300, Pocatello, ID 83202

Physician Bio

We are pleased to introduce you to Sara L. Willis, certified nurse midwife (CNM). She brings a tremendous amount of knowledge to our team. She works closely with Michael Jones, DO, board-certified Ob-Gyn at the Pocatello Women’s Health Center (PWHC), a member of Bingham Healthcare.

Sara’s primary focus is women’s health, and she has experience in delivering quality patient care to obstetrics and gynecological patients. She assesses and evaluates prenatal, postnatal, and post op patients. She performs women’s annual wellness exams and offers basic primary care. Equipped with a unique combination of nursing skills, she provides high-quality and compassionate healthcare to every patient. She places an emphasis on health education and believes in developing long lasting and trusting relationships with patients.

When Sara is not practicing medicine, she enjoys outdoor activities with my husband, son, and daughter. They like hiking, kayaking, camping, swimming, and boating together. She also loves skiing, traveling, reading, and watching movies.

Professional Credentials

  • Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, with a minor in Chemistry, from Brigham Young University – Idaho
  • Completed her Licensed Practical Nurse from the College of Southern Idaho
  • Became a Registered Nurse through a program at Nightingale College, based out of Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Became a certified nurse midwife (CNM) through Frontier Nursing University in Versailles, Kentucky



Pocatello Women’s Health Clinic

777 Hospital Way Bldg A Suite 300, Pocatello, ID 83202

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