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Family Nurse Practitioner

Valerie Erickson, FNP

Undergraduate Education:

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Brigham Young University Idaho

Graduate Education:

Master of Science in Family Practice Nursing, Eastern Kentucky University

Professional Licenses:

Registered Nurse

Family Nurse Practitioner

Professional Services:

Family Medicine

About Valerie:

Valerie Erickson earned her Nursing degree from Brigham Young University-Idaho, amassing extensive critical care experience at Utah Valley Hospital and Holy Cross Hospital in California. Demonstrating leadership as a house supervisor at Idaho Falls Community Hospital, Valerie's dedication led her to achieve a Master's in Family Practice Nursing from Eastern Kentucky University. With a diverse background spanning critical care and leadership, she is now a compassionate Family Practice Nurse Practitioner dedicated to delivering comprehensive and patient-centered care.

Valerie believes in the power of meaningful therapeutic relationships and patient-centered healthcare. With a profound appreciation for quality of life, she listens attentively and empathetically, addressing patient concerns and needs to empower them towards well-being. Valerie's proactive approach anticipates unique patient requirements, fostering trust and comfort while upholding evidence-based practices for the highest standard of care.

Beyond her professional role, Valerie takes immense pride in being a loving spouse to a creative entrepreneur and a nurturing parent to five remarkable children. The skillful balance of family and professional responsibilities has honed her ability to prioritize, multitask, and adapt seamlessly – qualities that seamlessly translate into her nursing practice.

As a Nurse Practitioner, Valerie's commitment extends to holistic care that addresses physical and emotional needs. Through strong therapeutic relationships, evidence-based medicine, and promotion of a high quality of life, she aims to make a profound and lasting positive impact on the well-being of those she serves.


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