Jenna is originally from Elk City, Oklahoma. She earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Arizona State University, followed by her doctor of nursing practice degree from Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana. Jenna always loved working with the adult population, especially geriatrics, while she worked as a cardiac nurse and wanted to have a career where she could continue to work together with her patients to help them navigate the often-confusing complexities of healthcare.
“When I meet patients for the first time, it is with the expectation that the relationship we forge is one that we both trust and value. I strive to treat patients in a holistic manner that considers not only the physical body, but also the emotional, spiritual, and social aspects of one’s life by incorporating each patient’s individual values and beliefs. I hope by building strong patient/provider relationships and incorporating the most current evidence-based advice, that I can help my patients make the best individualized healthcare choices for themselves and their loved ones.”
As a Nurse Practitioner, Jenna enjoys getting to know her patients by listening to their stories and learning about their personal values to help her provide quality, individualized care. She is particularly passionate about geriatrics and end-of-life care. When she is not at work, Jenna enjoys traveling the work with her husband, playing with her two German Shepherds, and relaxing in her backyard with friends and family.