Local Business Spotlight: Veranova Health - The Cleveland Moms


If you’re looking for a more holistic and personalized approach to women’s healthcare, it’s time to visit Veranova Health. This new “boutique style” nonprofit health clinic opened in January 2023 and offers a different kind of care, one that looks for solutions rather than simply treating symptoms.

Veranova Health specializes in obstetrics, gynecology, infertility, cycle education, adolescent health, restorative reproductive medicine, addiction medicine, post-menopausal care and family medicine. The name derives from the Latin word Ver meaning true and Nova meaning new or bright star.

Located in Middleburg Heights, the practice attracts patients from all over Northeast Ohio. An accredited OB/GYN, two nurse practitioners and a pelvic floor physical therapist offer evidence-based, compassionate and life-affirming medical care for women and families.

The medical providers and staff treat patients with care and dignity, guided by their mission is to light the way for woman and families to find true health and wellness in body, mind and spirit through evidence-based medicine that supports the body’s natural systems.

For women struggling with infertility or cycle issues such as painful cramps, endometriosis, PMS and polycystic ovarian disease, they offer restorative reproductive medicine (RRM) and NaproTechnology to get to the root cause.

The clinic promotes fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs) as a method of family planning, as they emphasize shared decision-making for couples. They empower young girls with cycle education classes and instruct couples in Natural Family Planning methods. There is great respect for a patient’s religious beliefs and a sensitivity to the emotional, spiritual, and psychological aspects of medical care.



“At Veranova Health, each provider listens patiently, speaks truth, seeks the root of a problem, and treats each patient with the utmost dignity. I saw Dr. Beeman for all my OB appointments. He brings both his vast expertise and his faith to the practice. His respect for life is apparent and appreciated. My daughter Lucia has championed two heart surgeries and at least five specialties keep tabs on her. Family nurse practitioner Jenna is fluent in each one. Lucia’s complex medical needs are well taken care of, and when she prays with us to close a session, we remember whose Divine hands we are ultimately in.” – Leeana O.

“We long dreamed of being parents but knew it might not be easy with my history of very painful and difficult cycles. After a year of trying, we went through lots of testing and tried several meds but nothing worked. Cleveland Clinic doctors suggested surgery for my endometriosis, which did improve my overall health and pain. However, it did not lead us to the miracle baby we hoped for. After lots of tears and difficult conversations, Zack and I knew that IVF wasn’t our answer — but we still didn’t know where to find the right answer. At my lowest of lows in this journey, we walked into Veranova Health for an appointment with nurse practitioner Carolyn and I can confidently say our lives were changed. 

She didn’t accept the diagnosis of “unexplained infertility” – and  quickly found out it would be pretty much impossible to get pregnant with my estrogen and progesterone levels. She worked with me month after month to get my levels where they needed to be and was always open to trying new things. I started charting my cycles and learned so much more about my body and what we needed to do.  While we haven’t been successful in having a baby yet, I’m happy with my quality of life and understanding what’s going on with my health. We’re hopeful that with a second endometriosis surgery and follow-up care from Carolyn, we will finally have our miracle baby. But no matter the outcome in God’s plan for us, I will forever recommend Veranova Health.” – Amy M.



Patrick C. Beeman, MD, FACOG, FASAM is medical director and board certified  in OB/GYN and addiction. He brings over 10 years of experience as a physician and 20 years of interest in philosophy, bioethics, writing, and a love of getting start-up enterprises off and running. He trained at the Wright State University-Wright Patterson Air Force Base Combined Program in Obstetrics and Gynecology and served on active duty in the US Air Force as an OB/GYN. He completed the FEMM – Fertility Education & Medical Management certification in 2023 and is medical director of a level 1 opioid treatment program in Amherst and practiced as an OB hospitalist at Mercy Regional Medical Center in Lorain, and University Hospitals in Elyria and Parma.

Carolyn Tucker, NP, AAFCP came to Veranova Health with almost 30 years of experience in nursing. In 2000 she encountered Restorative Reproductive Medicine (RRM), an approach to women’s healthcare that changed the trajectory of her career. After she learned NaProTechnology©, a leading approach to Restorative Reproductive Medicine, she became a Creighton Model Medical Consultant and never looked back. Throughout her career, she has gained knowledge and experience in family medicine and acute care. She is thrilled to pursue her passion of “medically helping women, their spouses, and children to receive the finest, God-centered medical care, because fertility is not a woman’s ‘problem’, it is a family’s blessing.”

Jenna Shurer is a Family Nurse Practitioner and nationally certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. She completed her nursing degree at Kent State University, then earned her master’s in nursing at Walden University.  Jenna is passionate about providing education to patients of all ages regarding their health. She enjoys collaborating with patients to manage their health and wellness. Jenna aims to care for the whole person and help patients achieve their best quality of life. She is loves educating women on the wonders of the feminine body.

Megan Eberhardt is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and provides pelvic floor PT at Veranova Health. She obtained her physical therapy doctorate degree from Cleveland State University in 2018. When she needed the help of a physical therapist for her own pelvic health concerns, this became her area of interest. She is passionate about helping women who have had less-than-optimal experiences during pregnancy, birth and postpartum. She provides therapy, resources, support, and education for moms and families, as well as any woman with pelvic health issues. Megan pursued further training in labor and birth support from Childbirth International and supports families during their birth experiences as a doula.

Veranova Health
7379 Pearl Road
Middleburg Hts, OH 44130

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