Anna Ribich, DNP
BSN, Bethel College, 2002
MSN, University of Washington, 2013
DNP, University of Washington, 2014
Family Nurse Practitioner, American Nursing Credentialing Center, 2013
Why I work at Neighborcare Health:
The Neighborcare Health mission and core values align with my belief that quality health care is a human right, should be accessible to all, and delivered with dignity. I work with a multi-disciplinary team of compassionate, skilled co-workers who together to provide excellent care to our patients. I love my job and enjoy getting to know the patients I serve.
After working for several years as a Registered Nurse in neurology, intensive care, and critical care, Anna trained health care workers in Cambodia, Nepal, Mali, and Guinea for over three years. As part of her doctoral degree, she conducted a quality improvement project looking at ways to improve health care from the perspective of U.S. Veterans who are homeless in the Seattle area. She was a trainee in the Primary Care Center of Excellence at the Puget Sound VA from 2011-2014. She then completed a residency in community and rural family primary care through Community Health Clinics, Inc. and the Columbia Basin Health Association.
Anna is originally from the Midwest and enjoys skiing, kayaking, climbing, backpacking, reading and art.