Kimberly Drynan received her undergraduate nursing degree in 1997 from Oregon Health and Science University. She practiced nursing for 16 years in a hospital setting, working primarily with cardiac, neurology, and traumatic injuries. She then went to Georgetown University and received her master’s degree, with an emphasis on disease prevention.
Kimberly believes in meeting the patient and family where they are in the health continuum and forming a partnership with them on the road to optimal health. She strives to bring individual and community resources together and believes that patient education and prevention are keys to achieving this goal.
Family is very important to Kimberly. She has been married over twenty years and has one daughter, one son, two dogs and two chickens! She loves to spend time with her family, read, get out into nature, and work in her yard.