Anne C. Terry, A.R.N.P. is a nurse practitioner who works in primary care and travel medicine at Hall Health Center at the University of Washington.
Terry obtained her Master of Science in nursing at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in 1997. In addition, she has a Certificate in Infectious Disease and Infection Control from the UW School of Nursing and is certified as a travel provider by the International Society of Travel Medicine (ISTM).
Terry's clinical interests include pre- and post-travel assessments, infectious disease challenges and dermatology. She is currently the director of the UW Medicine Travel Clinic at Hall Health Center.
Terry strives to inspire patients to make good health decisions and to give them the tools to make things happen. Without patient input and effort, good health cannot be achieved.
Terry enjoys international travel, hiking, cycling and knitting.
Education and Training
Univ. of Tennessee
Medical education, 1997
Family Nurse Practitioner, 1998, American Nurses Credentialing Center