For more than 30 years, John Grandgenett, APRN, Nurse Practitioner, has been taking care of people in some way. He began his career as an Intensive Care nurse working in hospitals across the U.S. as his wife served in the military. It was in 1999 when they relocated to Nebraska. John always knew he wanted to advance his nursing practice by becoming a Nurse Practitioner. He received his Masters in Nursing, with board certification in Family Practice from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, NE. Shortly after graduating, he joined the North Lincoln Family Medical Center, now known as Bluestem Health Kreshel Clinic.
Sarah describes her work day as being different and unpredictable. While many routine things are similar, some days are slow while others are crazy. She sees patients of all ages, providing services from annual physicals and preventive health check-ups to acute conditions, such as colds, flu, and well child checks. “I like to see my own patients because I feel it is important to have that continuity of care with them,” Sarah says. “Especially for patients with health challenges, consistently being treated by the same provider develops a level of comfort with them.”