Anne Nolte, M.D.

Vice-Chair, Board of Directors

Certified Fertility Care Medical Consultant, Family Physician, and Executive Director of the National Gianna Center for Women’s Health & Fertility

Dr. Anne Nolte is a board-certified family physician with an area of concentration in women’s health and fertility. She is the co-founder and Executive Director of the National Gianna Center for Women’s Health and Fertility. In this role, she has assisted with the establishment of 9 outpatient medical clinics nationwide, offering practice management, service delivery, and clinical guidance to doctors, community groups, and healthcare systems.

She currently provides reproductive health care, primary care, and infertility services for women and teenagers at the Gianna Center medical clinic in New York City. Since opening in 2009, the flagship Gianna Center has been responsible for the birth of more than 1200 babies in couples with infertility or at risk of miscarriage, who were treated using restorative reproductive medicine. This approach to infertility, miscarriage, and pre-term birth prevention is completely in line with the Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Healthcare Services and is based on the highest quality of medical science. The success rates of the Gianna approach are comparable to other approaches to infertility but demonstrate significantly better maternal and child health outcomes. To increase patient access to these services, Dr. Nolte also regularly speaks at national conferences and educational seminars to educate health care providers about this holistic approach to women’s reproductive health care.

Dr. Nolte received her Doctor of Medicine (MD) from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia and completed her family medicine training at Lancaster General Hospital (Pennsylvania), where she received awards for internal medicine, pediatrics, teaching and neurology. She attended Villanova University, where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts, with a focus on the study of Catholic medical ethics.

She currently serves as the Chair of the Pro-Life Commission of the Archdiocese of New York, the Vice President of the New York Metropolitan Guild of the Catholic Medical Association. She formerly served as the Main Representative to the United Nations for the World Federation of Catholic Medical Associations.

She lives in Queens, NY, with her husband Joe.