Nurse practitioners join Middle Park Medical Kremmling staff
KREMMLING — Two new nurse practitioners have joined the staff at Middle Park Medical Center.
Rachel Scott attended Northeastern University in Boston, Mass., and received her bachelors of science in nursing. She then went on to Regis University and graduated this past spring as a family nurse practitioner. With years of experience in the nursing field, Scott decided on a profession in family medicine so she would have a view of life from pediatric to geriatric.
Scott was introduced to the Middle Park Medical Center in Kremmling while on her clinical rotations during her nursing program. She says she “loved the clinic and the staff; the patients were all so nice and welcoming.” In a press release issued by Middle Park Medical Center, Scott said that she is delighted to continue her career in Kremmling. Scott and her family relocated to Grand County and enjoy hobbies such as skiing, hiking and traveling together.
Another addition to the Middle Park Medical Center is Lindsey Stuerman. Stuerman attended the University of Missouri in St. Louis and received both her bachelor of science in nursing as well as her master of science in nursing. The University of Missouri rewarded her with the Top Innovations in Clinical Practice. Stuerman also has been published as lead author in Journal for Emergency Nursing in January 2011.
Since 2010, Stuerman has been a practicing Nurse Practitioner and says she chose the field because she “wants to help patients feel their best” and achieve their highest level of fitness. She is excited to raise her family in Grand County because of the small-town atmosphere. Stuerman also enjoys the accessibility of all of the many hobbies her family enjoys, such as; hiking, biking and skiing.
Scott is currently at the Kremmling clinic Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Stuerman is currently accepting new patients 13 years and older and will be at the Kremmling Clinic Mondays and Tuesdays. For appointments, call 970-724-3442.
Intern Kaitlyn Adams can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
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