Taylor Kimball, MSN, FNP, earned her undergraduate degree from Emporia State University and her master’s degree from Rockhurst University. She is a board certified nurse practitioner and an active member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.
Kimball chose to become an advanced practice provider because her mother has been a nurse practitioner for more than 20 years. She’s seen the impact her mother has had on her patients and wants to do the same.
“I want my patients to know that they can come to me with any question or concern. If you don’t know something, it’s important to ask. It can mean the difference between being treated in the clinic and you going to the hospital.”
Prior to becoming a nurse practitioner, Kimball worked as an intensive care nurse for seven years. She’s seen the devastating effects illness can have on a patient and wants to help keep her patients out of the hospital, especially for older patients and those with multiple conditions that play a role in their health.
“I want to create relationships with my patients to focus on preventing complications that might arise, which will better serve them in the future.”