Elizabeth Teeling, ARNP
Elizabeth Teeling partners with patients to improve their health and help them achieve the highest quality of life. She takes a natural approach to disease treatment, avoiding the long-term use of medications when possible. She believes openness, honesty, and good communication are critical components of a strong patient-clinician relationship. Elizabeth considers it an honor to support the health of her community.
Elizabeth sees adults of all ages. She has a passion for hypertension, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease prevention and treatment. She enjoys using a holistic approach to care for individuals with musculoskeletal injuries and pain. When patients use many medications to manage multiple chronic conditions, she works closely with them to manage the risks.
Elizabeth earned a bachelor of science in biology at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon. She completed an associate degree in nursing at Clark College in Vancouver, Washington. From there, she earned a bachelor of science in nursing and a master of science in nursing at Washington State University in Vancouver, Washington. Prior to becoming a clinician, Elizabeth spent 10 years as a cardiac care nurse at local hospitals.
Away from medicine, Elizabeth enjoys weight lifting, painting, knitting, gardening, and foraging for wild mushrooms. She and her partner have two cats and 15 fish. Ever ready to expand her knowledge, Elizabeth is currently learning how to ride motorcycles and restore transmissions.