Commitment to Patient-Centered Care
“I am passionate about partnering with patients and their families, advocating for and empowering them so they can engage in their communities and live their lives in a way that is consistent with their values and priorities.”
Bethany is a nurse practitioner with a special interest in underserved populations. Her undergraduate education was completed at Duke University, and she then spent time working as a grassroots organizer in Minneapolis. Later she worked as a Peace Corps Volunteer and Malaria Technical Officer in Madagascar. Bethany received her Master of Public Health and Health Disparities & Health Inequalities Certificate from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She received her Master of Science in Nursing and HIV Primary Care Certificate from the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. While in Baltimore, she worked as a community health nurse with older adults experiencing housing instability.
- Board certified Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practioner by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners
- Board Certified Advanced AIDS Certified Registered Nurse by the HIV/AIDS Nursing Certification Board
- Doctor of Nursing Practice, University of Minnesota
“When I’m not at work, I love doing crosswords, reading mysteries, and enjoying the city with my family.”