After growing up in Kansas City, Missouri, I attended the University of Minnesota where I received my Bachelors degree in Nursing (BSN). I then moved to Boston to begin my nursing career first at Beth Israel Hospital and then Massachusetts General Hospital.

In 1972, I was awarded my first Masters degree (MSN) in Medical-Surgical Nursing from Boston University. In 1979, sensing the need to advance my career further, I was awarded my second MSN from Simmons College, also in Boston, in the area of Adult Primary Care. I successfully sat for Board Certification as an Adult Primary Care Nurse Practitioner in 1980 and have maintained certification ever since.

New Paths to Healthcare, L.L.C.

As a Nurse Practitioner, Agnes puts YOU, the patient, first.

Agnes has two Masters Degrees in advanced levels of Nursing. She has been a nurse since 1969 and a Board Certified Nurse Practitioner in Adult Primary Care since 1980.

Agnes focuses on keeping you well while taking care of you in illness.

Agnes assesses your risks for illness and helps you reduce or eliminate those risks.

Agnes is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners , the American College of Nurse Practitioners and the Arizona Nurses Association. She has maintained her Board Certification by the American Nurses Credentialing Center since 1980. She is active in the Coalition of Arizona Nurses in Advanced Practice and she is an appointed representative on the Advanced Practice Committee of the Arizona Board of Nursing.

Agnes sets aside 30-60 minutes for each office visit. Her schedule is always on time and same day appointments always available.

Agnes practices from a bio-psycho-social perspective. Her medical approach includes accepting alternative approaches.

The Arizona State Board of Nursing recognizes Nurse Practitioners to be capable of providing healthcare without physician supervision. The quality of healthcare provided by Agnes is safe, competent, and caring.