Born and raised in Colorado, Dr. Roland is passionate about providing individualized and integrative care to women and families in her community.
During her free time you can find her participating in a Brazilian martial art called capoeira as well as dancing, mountain biking, skiing, cooking, practicing yoga and playing in the mountains with her family.
Irregular menstrual cycles
Mood disorders including postpartum depression and PMDD
Common discomforts in pregnancy
Kids with allergies, eczema, colds, constipation, colic etc. (Pediatric medicine)
Female athletes and athletic optimization
I started the Naturopathic Medicine program at Bastyr University.
I added a second degree program and began training as a direct-entry midwife to broaden my education to include pregnancy, birth, post-partum and infant care.
I graduated from Bastyr with a degree in Naturopathic Medicine and a Certificate in Naturopathic Midwifery.
I completed a yearlong clinical residency at the Bastyr Center for Natural Health where I received advanced clinical training in gynecology, autoimmune disease, diabetes and heart disease.
I moved to the Bay area and started an integrative pediatrics practice with Dr. Amy Maidenberg, became the children and women’s health expert at Walnut Creek Naturopathic, and volunteered on the board for the San Francisco Fire Department’s Cancer Prevention Foundation.
I completed a 2 year preceptorship at the Odessa Brown Pediatrics Clinic in Seattle WA, working alongside noted pediatrician Dr. Ben Danielson.
My Credentials & Affiliations
Dr. Hillary Roland is licensed by the state of California and registered by the state of Colorado as a Naturopathic Doctor. She is a frequent speaker for both medical professionals and the general public on many topics including: hormone health, detoxification, vaccine safety and natural treatments in pregnancy and pediatrics.
She is an active member of the Colorado Naturopathic Doctors Association (CoAND) and PedANP and a part of the CoAND legislative committee where she works to secure and expand the licensure of Naturopathic Doctors in Colorado and build bridges across different healthcare professions. She is a previous member of the AANP and the California Naturopathic Doctors Association (CNDA).