Anna-Lise Krippaehne is a board-certified family nurse practitioner at Oregon Health & Science University's family practice department in Portland. She earned her bachelor's in nursing science from the University of Portland in 2012. Krippaehne worked in acute care providing bedside nursing care on a general surgical unit for eight years at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, Washington, before pursuing her doctorate from University of Portland's doctor of nursing practice program.
She also assisted in teaching new graduate nurses through simulation experiences with Swedish's Nurse Residency Program, in addition to contributing to several quality improvement projects during her tenure.
Krippaehne has a distinct interest in preventive care and health promotion. She practices an evidence-based, ethical, and patient-centered approach with regard to societal, cultural, and economic influences on health and quality of life. She believes in providing equitable access to healthcare to all those she serves and alleviating disparities within our healthcare system.
Family practice, acute care, preventive care
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