Bonnie graduated from the University of Utah in 1996 with her BSN and then in 1999 with her Masters in Nursing. Shortly after graduating, she moved to Georgia where she began her work as a Nurse Midwife in Athens Georgia. In 2009, she moved to Alaska and took a position at Providence Alaska Medical Center; this facility saw and treated women from ethnically and medically diverse backgrounds. In addition to her time at Providence Hospital, Bonnie also taught Maternal Newborn nursing at the University of Alaska School of Nursing as an Assistant Professor. She moved from Alaska to Colorado in October 2019, she and her family, and their four dogs, drove their motorhome on the world-famous Alcan Highway (Alaskan Hwy) to Colorado. Over 3000 thousand miles of which they all loved the drive, the scenery and the wildlife seen along the way.
Bonnie loves her role as a Nurse Midwife and feels it is an honor to be with women on their personal journey through pregnancy, delivery and their post-partum period. Birth is a very personal journey for each woman and her partner. Pregnancy, birth and the postpartum time period are unique to each individual. Bonnie’s goal is to support each women’s unique journey by offering support, education and a patient led partnership. Bonnie also brings this philosophy of care when women need their annual exams, family planning, or health problems that may arise. Bonnie feels that “Health” is not just about a person’s physical state, but a balanced harmony of physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing.