Patrice R. Staiger, A.R.N.P. is a nurse practitioner working in the Hall Health Primary Care and Family Practice clinics.
Staiger is a graduate of the Cross Cultural Nursing and Family Nurse Practitioner Programs at the University of Washington. Her experience includes 19 years in the Seattle area community clinics and three years with the Indian Health Service on the Navajo Reservation in Kayenta, Arizona.
Staiger's clinical interests include
health promotion, women’s health and chronic disease management.
She believes the foundation of health care is based on good communication. She works with each patient to deliver care that is culturally appropriate and comprehensive, addressing health promotion as well as acute and chronic illness.
Staiger enjoys karate, road and mountain biking, and travel with family and friends.
Univ. of Washington, School of Nursing
Medical education, 1985
Family Nurse Practitioner, 1985, American Nurses Credentialing Center