Meet Natasha Lillie, MS, GC
There is so much to learn about ourselves and the future of our health when it comes to genetic testing. As a prenatal/preconception genetic counselor, I love helping patients understand their family health history and how it applies to their own personalized care. It’s important to me that my patients understand the implications of testing and how genetic information can affect their family members and future generations.
When people are aware of potential health concerns for themselves or their future children, they have the opportunity to be proactive about healthcare decisions. An active listening approach helps me better understand the specific needs of each patient and helps them make informed decisions about testing options in a safe, caring environment.
Natasha graduated with a Master’s degree in Medical Genetics from the University of Cincinnati in 2021, since then she’s helped guide and support hundreds of High Risk Pregnancy Center patients that have chosen to learn more about their family health through genetic testing.
When she’s not working, Natasha enjoys rollerblading, painting, gardening, cooking, and exercising.
MS: University of Cincinnati/Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Medical Genetics
BS: University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, MN, Genetics, Cell Biology, and Development
Member: SPARK Consortium