Family Medicine at Hanson Clinic
Bridget L. Lee, FNP-C
Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner
Bridget Lee, FNP-C is our board-certified Nurse Practitioner. She was born and raised in Ohio and obtained her Bachelors in Nursing from Kent State University in 2005. She worked as a Telemetry and ICU nurse for five years and helped with pediatric home care while finishing her Masters of Science in Nursing from University of Colorado in 2011.
She is board certified Family Nurse Practitioner through American Association of Nurse Practitioners. Bridget has over 15 years of nursing experience. She enjoys the management of acute and chronic conditions and preventative medicine. Bridget looks forward to continue serving the community of Southern Colorado.
Jeremy R Brown, D.O.
Board Certified Family Medicine
Occupational Medicine - Level II Accreditation
While known for his gentle demeanor, Dr. Jeremy Brown is relentless in the pursuit of his patients’ care and overall good health. He has been practicing medicine in southern Colorado for the past four years. Dr. Brown, family practice physician, offers extended hours.
Family Medicine Services
Our Family Medicine services are open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8am to 6pm for your convenience.
Our services include:
- Diagnosis & Treatment of All Conditions for All Ages - Newborns to Elders
- Overall Health & Wellness
- Physicals, Chronic Health Conditions, Cough/Cold Treatments, Preventative Medicine
Who are Nurse Practitioners?
Nurse practitioners are independent health care providers who have advanced degrees which allow them to diagnose, treat, and prescribe. NPs can serve as a patient's primary health care provider and treat patients of all ages.
Nurse Practitioners complete an accredited graduate-level education program and pass a national certification examination. Throughout their years of work and training, NPs acquire advanced clinical knowledge and skills which prepare them to provide direct care to patients. The core philosophy of the nurse practitioner practice is individualized care focused on the patient’s condition(s) as well as the effect(s) of illness on the lives of the patient and their family.
NPs provide holistic and preventive care helping the patient to become a leader in their own care and well-being.