Suzanne E. Miller, M.D.
It is a pleasure and a privilege for me to practice gynecology with such a great group of people at CCOG. I enjoyed many years of practicing obstetrics and now look forward to focusing solely on gynecology. The field of gynecology continues to evolve and offer less invasive and more effective ways to diagnose and treat medical conditions that women can face throughout their lifetime. Technology has given us many more opportunities to offer a variety of treatments for any given condition. I enjoy educating my patients about all these different treatment options and helping them decide what is right for them. Women’s lives are very dynamic and it is satisfying for me to help my patients transition through the various stages of their lives. That can involve choosing the right birth control, to deciding when it is right to begin a family, or navigating the changes associated with menopause. My special interests include pelvic prolapse surgery, urinary incontinence surgery and laparoscopic surgery.
When I am not working, you can usually find me enjoying my family and friends. We enjoy sailing and spending time outdoors. When I do get time to myself, I enjoy playing tennis, swimming or reading a good book.
Monday – Friday
8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Education and Post Doctoral Training:
Oklahoma State University, BA in Physiology 1982
University of Oklahoma College of Medicine 1986
Internship: University of Connecticut 1986-1987
Residency: University of Connecticut 1987-1990
Memorial Sloan Kettering Galloway Fellowship, 1990
Licensure and Board Certification
American Board of Obstetric and Gynecology, Fellow 1992-present
American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine, facility certification
American College of Obtetrics and Gynecology, Fellow 1992-present Connecticut State Medical Society Hartford County OB-GYN
Society American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists
Bristol Hospital, Bristol, CT
John Dempsey Hospital/UCONN, Farmington, CT