French

Julia M. Curren, ARNP, CNM

Education: 
B.S., University of Washington, 2003
B.S.N., University of Washington, 2010
M.N., University of Washington, 2012
Certification: 
American Midwifery Certification Board, 2012
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
I see women as the change makers in their families and communities. I became a nurse midwife because I was called to work with women during pregnancy and childbirth, a time ripe with possibility and potential for change. I strive to provide holistic maternity care, tending to the physical and emotional needs of expectant mothers and providing them with the information they need to make the best decisions for their health and well being. I had the opportunity to complete some of my nurse midwifery training at Neighborcare Health and knew instantly that I wanted to stay. I love the richness that comes with working with patients and colleagues from all over the world. I feel proud to work for an organization that is committed to building healthy communities by providing access to high-quality health care services to people from all walks of life.
Other: 

Julia grew up in Florida and has lived in the Pacific Northwest for more than 15 years. Although she loves the area, she likes traveling to sunnier places whenever possible. When she’s not traveling, she enjoys time with her husband and two young children, exploring the natural beauty of the Northwest. She also loves to dance. “My life would not be complete without dance – good music and room to move feeds my soul!”

Languages spoken:
English, French

Erica Spielman, ARNP

Education: 
BA, Wheaton College, 1994
MSN, UCSF, 2001
Certification: 
PNCB, 2001
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
Neighborcare Health's pledge to decrease the gap in accessible health care for under served communities is a goal that is aligned with what I feel is lacking in US health care today. Working in a school-based health center is exciting. We can help shape a youth's future health and affect his/her education and potential.
Other: 

Before joining Neighborcare Health Erica worked in a broad range of primary care settings, nationally and internationally. Most recently she was based in Eastern and Southern Africa caring for children living with and exposed to HIV/AIDS.

Erica was born in New Hampshire and moved at age nine to Pakistan and then Kenya. She returned to the United States for undergraduate studies and then worked in the Peace Corps in Morocco. She is married and has three daughters.
 

Languages spoken:
French, English

Sandrine Ducos, PA-C

Education: 
Seattle Midwifery School. MEDEX, University of Washington.
Certification: 
Certified Physician Assistant
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
I thrive on building trusted relationships with my patients. I enjoy caring for the entire family and feel privledged to be part of their lives.
Other: 

Sandrine is originally from France and has lived in Washington for 15 years. Her hobbies include adventures with her husband and two daughters, gardening, soccer, and baking bread.

Languages spoken:
Spanish, French, English
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