For nearly 20 years now I have been working in the nursing field and from my earliest days as a home health aide, I knew I was in the right profession. I love to help care for people, especially within the realm of Women’s Health, Depression and Anxiety. I truly enjoy listening to patients young and old and have frequently been thanked (sometimes tearfully) for being “the one who listened.”
I earned a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from BYU in 1995 and then returned to earn a Master’s in Nursing in 2014. My additional education has increased my abilities and capacity to care for people – first as people, then as patients.