Angela graduated from UC Santa Cruz in 1996 with a BA in Spanish. She later earned her Bachelor's degree in Nursing from the University of Washington in 2003. She joined the team at Hall Health Women's Clinic in 2008. In addition to her time here, Angela also works as a hospital labor and delivery nurse.
Dr. Micks joined the UW faculty in 2012 as an Acting Assistant Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. She graduated from Stanford with a degree in Linguistics, and then went to medical school at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. She completed internship and residency in Ob/Gyn at the University of California, Davis Medical Center. She received a Master of Public Health degree and completed the Fellowship in Family Planning at Oregon Health & Science University in 2012.
Dr. Micks participates in clinical care, research, and teaching at UW. She practices general Ob/Gyn and provides care as a specialist in family planning and contraception.
Patient Care Philosophy
“It is a privilege to take care of women throughout their lives. My goals are to provide excellent reproductive health care, and to provide the most accurate and up to date information to enable my patients to make the best decisions for their health.”
Dr. Micks provides the full spectrum of general obstetrics and gynecology. Her clinical specialties are family planning, contraception and abortion for medically complex patients, and miscarriage management.
She enjoys teaching medical students and residents in Ob/Gyn and family planning.
Family Planning, Gynecology, Obstetrics, Women's Health
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