A native of Flowood, Mississippi, Priscilla Miller received her early education at Northwest Rankin High School where she graduated top ten in her class. She spent the summer after high school and the summer following her freshman year at Mississippi State University working in the department of surgery at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, where she took an interest in healthcare and decided to pursue her career in nursing.
She moved to Meridian, where she completed her Associate’s Degree in Nursing with highest honors at Meridian Community College. While at MCC, she received the Dr. Jeff Hollingsworth scholarship. She worked as a registered nurse at Riley Hospital and Baptist Medical Center on various units including medical-surgical, pain management, and rehabilitation.
Priscilla then went on to pursue her Bachelor’s in Nursing at the University of Southern Mississippi, completing this in 2009. In 2011, she completed her Master’s in Nursing with highest honors at the University of Southern Mississippi.
She worked at the Pain Management Center of Meridian while she was furthering her education and took a position as a nurse practitioner upon her graduation. She has been working at the Pain Management Center of Meridian since 2012 with a short interim in 2019 in which an opportunity to work in weight management presented itself. She worked at the Weight Management Center of Meridian in 2019, gaining knowledge in nutrition and bariatric medicine. She left the Weight Management Center of Meridian in 2019 and happily returned to Pain Management Center of Meridian, where she feels at home.
In her free time, Priscilla enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and two children, cooking, and yoga. She is active member of Mont Rose Baptist Church, where she teaches youth Sunday school and sings in the choir. She is dedicated to her service commitment as a board member of Junior Auxiliary Meridian, where she enjoys giving back to the youth of Meridian and Lauderdale County.