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      Hello, I’m Lindsey, one of the nurses you’ll meet when you walk through the clinic door.  I am so thankful for the privilege of serving at Main Street Family Medicine alongside such caring, wise, kind-hearted people.  

I graduated from Clark College with my Associates of Science in Nursing and Washington State University- Vancouver with my Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing.  I started off working in long-term care in Friday Harbor as a bedside nurse and then as Director of Nursing.  I have been working in acute care in the hospital for the past several years.  Some fun nurse-y things I do in my free time are being camp nurse, volunteering at New Heights Clinic, and being a medical director for a marathon.  

      I grew up in Battle Ground and am blessed to have such a great community of friends and family in the area. I enjoy getting outside in the beautiful PNW, whether it’s hiking, camping, and playing sports or just sitting on the back deck drinking coffee.

      I am excited for the opportunity to serve at Main Street Family Medicine.  After working in a small tight-knit community, I began to really value care that was provided by someone who knew that person and had a trusting relationship built up.  Healthcare overall has become so systemized and impersonal in many institutions so I feel very blessed to have the opportunity to be a part of a healthcare community that truly values that personal connection and trusting relationships. 

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