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Medical Clinic

I started my interest in the medical field when I join the Oklahoma National Guard as a Combat Medic when I was 17 years old. I served in Desert Storm/Shield in Saudi Arabia and Iraq, and was awarded solider of the year for my service in 1991.

Fast forwarding many years, and I went to school at Regis University for my bachelors in nursing, and working as an RN at the Medical Center of Aurora on the oncology/med-surg unit. I then started my journey to be a Family Nurse Practitioner by attending classes at University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. I then was one of 5 new graduates to be selected to attend the Peak Vista Community Health Nurse Practitioner Fellowship. Since then I have worked in a variety of clinical settings that have given me a great appreciation for my position here at Wardenburg Health Center!


  • BS-CIS: University of Colorado, Denver
  • BSN: Regis University, Denver
  • MSN - Family Nurse Practitioner: University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

Areas of interest

Preserving health, or increasing health in every patient to help them live a long disease/injury life as possible.

Thing I most like to do

I love traveling with my family and just spending time with them in the great outdoors, to include all of my fur babies as well!