As a certified Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP-C), Lynn Gross is passionate about serving the health needs of her community. In her approach to treating patients, Lynn enjoys implementing individualized preventative measures in line with a healthy lifestyle. She stresses the importance of annual physicals as a valuable indicator of overall well-being and to help avoid potential long-term health problems. Lynn received her Bachelor's of Science from the University of Texas at Austin and earned her Master's Degree in Nursing and FNP from Texas A&M Corpus Christi. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. Before becoming a NP, Lynn was a labor and delivery nurse for ten years. She has diverse experience in a range of healthcare services centered on the family and is passionate about preventative care and women’s health. To lead a healthy lifestyle, she recommends regular exercise and making smart food decisions. Lynn and her husband Jim live in Plano and have three children. They enjoy practicing a healthy lifestyle by spending as much time as possible outdoors. 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. Keep up with Lynn on Village Health Partners blog or follow Village Health Partners on Facebook and Twitter. Contact Village Health Partners to make an appointment.
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