Michelle Hileman

Assistant Professor, Nursing


Professor Hileman is an advanced practice nurse with nearly 25 years of professional experience in the fields of midwifery, obstetrics and gynecology. She is committed to empowering women and families in their healthcare choices and accessibility to services within their communities. Professor Hileman was honored to offer obstetrics and gynecology services with a holistic, family-centered approach until her retirement in 2018. After “catching” nearly 1,300 babies in her midwifery career, she moved to Mexico and experienced full cultural immersion with her vibrant family – which includes her husband of over 20 years and their 5 children. Upon returning to the United States in 2021, Professor Hileman has continued her dedication to the advancing the nursing profession through community involvement and education of future practitioners. She is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Nursing and continues her vocation to serve others through various healthcare volunteer opportunities locally and internationally.

Areas of Interest

  • Improving the health well-being of our community through the holistic service of women, children and families. 
  • Faculty advisor to the USF Student Nurses’ Association.