Catherine is excited to join the Village Health Partners team as a certified Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP-C). She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, and her Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Memphis. Prior to joining Village Health Partners, Catherine has been a registered nurse for over 7 years.
Catherine is most passionate about preventive health. She advocates for healthy lifestyles including regular screenings, exercise, and routinely seeing your primary care provider. She encourages patients to be aware of the negative effects stress has on one’s health. Catherine recommends taking part in relaxing activities like yoga, a hobby, or spending uninterrupted time with family and friends to help reduce stress levels.
Catherine and her husband Roger live in Plano, Texas. They met while attending the University of Tennessee and have been married for 7 years. They enjoy attending UT volunteer football and basketball games, concerts, trying new local restaurants, and visiting their family in Tennessee. As a family, they strive to exercise regularly, avoid excessive sugar and processed foods, and drink ample water daily.
Catherine’s experience within the medical industry, in addition to her passion for preventive care, make her an incredibly strong addition to the Village Health Partners team. Village Health Partners serves the Plano and Collin County area including Allen, Frisco and McKinney, specializing in women’s and men’s health, pediatrics, diabetes, cholesterol, hypertension, urgent care and disease prevention. Contact us to make an appointment. Read our blog or follow Village Health Partners on Facebook and Twitter.
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