Erin Cheneval, FNP

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Erin Cheneval, FNP

Why I’m Here For YOU

“Patients want someone to listen to them and be their partner in the healthcare journey. I am most proud of being accessible to my patients and providing education so they can make an informed decision based on what they think is right for them.”

About Erin Cheneval, FNP

Erin Cheneval is a family nurse practitioner who got her start as a labor and delivery nurse before transitioning to reproductive endocrinology due to her interest in fertility. Erin earned her nursing degree from Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University and her nurse practitioner degree from Nicholls State University. She loves being involved at the end of her patient’s pregnancies but decided it was time to change course to be active in the first part of a patient’s fertility journey.

Erin is a board-certified nurse practitioner with an interest in polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), hormone imbalances, and the implementation of lifestyle changes to aid fertility. She focuses on inclusive care for all families, including those in the LGBTQ+ community. Erin is also a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.

Erin loves her position with the Fertility Institute as an advanced practice provider (APP), especially seeing families’ trust in her as their provider throughout such an intimate experience. “The outcomes in fertility,” she says, “whether happy or sad, make patients stronger than when they first walked into the fertility process.”

My Specialties

  • Fertility testing and diagnosis
  • Reproductive Endocrinology
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
  • Obesity
  • Diminished ovarian reserve
  • Hormone imbalances
  • Implementation of lifestyle changes to aid fertility

Approach to Treatment

Erin follows a more holistic model of care for her patients. She focuses on more than medication. She also offers lifestyle changes and recommends community resources available to help patients get the care they need. Her multi-faceted care approach makes her accessible for many patients, who may feel initially uncomfortable asking questions or discussing fertility issues.