WOMAN TO WOMAN CLINIC
Woman to Woman Clinic opened its doors in 2007. Our clinic offers a personal touch and a place where our patients feel comfortable. Our staff will address all your health needs on a variety of levels offering a holistic approach encompassing traditional and alternative choices. A few characteristics that set our clinic apart from other health care providers is our unique emphasis on the health and well-being of the whole person. With a focus on health promotion, disease prevention, and health education and counseling, we will guide patients in making smarter health and lifestyle choices. Our nurse practitioners work autonomously and also in collaboration with other health care professionals, in our surrounding area.
WHAT'S A NURSE PRACTITIONER?
Focus: An A.R.N.P.’s approach to care is based on the nursing model, which focuses on health promotion and disease prevention.
Scope of Practice: In Iowa, an A.R.N.P. may practice independently, prescribe medications, obtain patient histories, perform physicals, diagnose, order lab and radiology tests, educate and counsel patients and families, receive third party reimbursement, and maintain hospital privileges.
Education: A Nurse Practitioner is a Registered Nurse that has obtained her B.S.N. and M.S.N. requiring 4-7 years of education from a board approved Advanced Practice Master’s Program.
Krystie K Brashear, ARNP
Paige E Evans Smith, ARNP
Emily Hanson, RN
Megan Fisher, BSN
Mikenzy Fansega, RN
Penny Swanson, Officer Manager