We have people to take care of all around us, and we have to be available to all of them, whether it be in a practice, whether it be in our services at church, or whether it be on the street. We need to be helpful to one another.
Bonnie Patrick, FNP-BC
Family Nurse Practitioner, Family Medical Centers Family Care
Bonnie Patrick is a family nurse practitioner who received a master’s degree from the University of Cincinnati, RS-BSN through Mountain State University in West Virginia, and LPN from Huntington, West Virginia. A native of Ironton, Ohio, Patrick has been a practicing nurse for thirty-two years. Her career has been exclusive to the tri-state area.
Her experience includes pulmonology, urology, heart and vascular and she specializes in endocrinology. Patrick is a strong believer in education and making sure her patients are included in every aspect of their care.
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