Kristine Salters moved to Seattle from Arctic Alaska, where she was a nurse off the road-system at an Indian Health Services (IHS) critical-access hospital. For several years, she worked as a cardiac acute care nurse at the University of Washington Medical Center and feels humbled to have learned from so many inspiring and diverse patients. Kristine is committed to providing healing-care by addressing the roots of illness and partnering with her patients. She is also passionate about promoting health-equity, practicing preventative care, and the life-saving medication-assisted treatments for substance use disorders. Kristine is originally from Boston, Massachusetts. She always enjoys listening to people’s stories. In her free time, she likes exercising, exploring the mountains and laughing with her partner.
Why I Work at Neighborcare:
I am deeply inspired by Neighborcare’s mission and believe that everyone deserves access to high-quality, non-judgmental, compassionate healthcare. I’m honored to join Neighborcare, and I look forward to partnering with and supporting people on their journeys in health and well-being.
American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) certified nurse
Progressive Care Certified Nurse (PCCN), American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN)
Master's of Nursing (MSN), Georgetown University, 2023
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), University of Massachusetts–Boston, 2016
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Smith College, 2010