Patricia Boullie began her career as a nurse in the U.S. Army. She earned her master's degree in nurse midwifery from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City and has been caring for women at CMH for more than 20 years.
"I find caring for women and families fascinating," she says. "You are involved with their life changes — often joyful, and sometimes not. Either way, I am blessed to take part in their life." Patricia finds it particularly rewarding to care for women in transition and to see personal growth. She always tries to encourage women to "honor themselves and the normalcy of birth and breastfeeding."
As a former company commander in the Army, Patricia is committed to helping combat veterans heal and find support from others who have served in war. In her personal time, she loves being with her kids and grandkids.
Nurse Midwife, Obstetrics, Women's Health, Holistic Health, Depression, Anxiety
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