Rural healthcare is a natural fit for Tracy. She grew up in Erie, Kansas, and cherishes that in a small rural clinic, she “has the ability to help people who really need it the most.
Access to health care is limited in rural areas, and without this clinic, many patients would have to drive long distances for care or would simply forego care all together.”
She looks forward to building lasting relationships with her patients.
With decades of clinical experience, Tracy hopes to share her expansive knowledge and background with the clinic staff to enhance services, but she is also excited to learn from other co-workers around her.
Tracy’s last year of training as a nurse practitioner was spent at Mercy Clinic Family Medicine Linn County. “I really like the staff and the environment, plus the opportunity to provide all encompassing health care.”
“We are delighted to have Tracy as part of the Mercy health care team,” said Jody Hoener, clinic manager. “She brings vast experience to our clinic which will be a tremendous benefit to our patients.”
Tracy earned her APRN degree from Pittsburg State University. She is certified in Family Practice and Advance Cardiac Life Support. She’s a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and the American Nurses Association.
“As a nurse, I am privileged to share with patient the most intimate life moments; the highest highs, and the lowest lows. Its times like those that help me feel like I’ve made a difference in helping people.
I’m honored to be here and I look forward to digging in.”
Tracy has been married to Jim for 31 years. They have four grown sons and three dogs. She enjoys golfing, boating and touring with Jim on their motorcycle.
Tracy will see patients at Mercy Clinic Family Medicine Linn County located at 11155 Tucker Rd., Pleasanton, KS. To make an appointment, call the clinic at 913-352-8379.