Nurse Practitioner, an advanced practice degree for primary care providers who complete master’s-level training and board certification and who practice medicine independently. Related degrees include ANP (Adult Nurse Practitioner), FNP (Family Nurse Practitioner), WHNP (Women's Health Nurse Practitioner), and APNP (Advance Practice Nurse Practitioner).
Catherine partners with her patients and takes a hands-on approach to improving and maintaining all aspects of their health — mind, body and soul. She brings the art of listening and a strong background in adult and women's health to her primary care practice. After graduating from UC Berkeley, Catherine went on to earn a master's in nursing from the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions and completed a fellowship through Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Boston. She gained extensive nursing experience through her positions at Planned Parenthood and the Department of Internal Medicine at Cornell Scott Hill Health Center in New Haven and holds an Adjunct Clinical Faculty appointment with Yale University School of Nursing. She is certified in Women's Health through the NCC and in Adult Medicine through the ANCC.