“It’s a privilege to positively impact a patient’s quality of life.”
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A Pacific Northwest native, Ms. Jespersen is glad to be serving our community. She attended Eastern Virginia Medical School for her PA program after her undergraduate studies at Northwest Nazarene University. Following graduation, she returned to the Pacific Northwest to begin work as a PA.
Ms. Jespersen enjoyed the urologic material she learned in school, and after her elective rotation in urologic surgery, she was drawn to Urology as a specialty. “There are endless opportunities for learning in the clinical setting, and interventions offer many significant improvements in a patient’s quality of life. It’s rewarding to be part of.”
Ms. Jespersen’s experience as a PA allows her to manage patient urologic conditions better and provides a strong foundation for her career. She is particularly interested in BPH, urinary stone disease, and postoperative patient care.
When it comes to patient care, she likes to assess what is most bothersome to the patient and what is clinically significant before developing a clinical plan. “I try to treat each patient with a singular focus, being thorough in each encounter. Interactions in medicine can often feel informational and blunt, and I like to be able to offer a pleasant and friendly presence when working with patients.”
Outside of patient care, Ms. Jespersen enjoys staying active, participating in church activities, reading, and listening to music.
Master of Physician Assistant Studies, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA, 2020; Bachelor of Arts, Biology, Northwest Nazarene University, Nampa, ID, 2016
Confluence Health, Wenatchee, WA, 2020-2022
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants