11 Dec NOHN Welcomes Two New Primary Care Providers
North Olympic Healthcare Network (NOHN) is pleased to welcome two new providers to its primary care team. Grace Maples, PA-C (left), began seeing patients in September, while Kendra Loebs, ARNP (right), joined the organization in late October.
Maples grew up in Minnetonka, Minn., and obtained her Bachelor of Science in Dietetics with a Capstone Certificate in Clinical Nutrition at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She completed her Master of Physician Assistant Studies at Penn State College of Medicine in Hershey, Pa., participating in the National Health Service Corps scholarship program.
“I’m passionate about primary and preventive care, as well as weight-inclusive medical care,” said Maples. “I’m looking forward to building relationships with patients over time and supporting them in meeting their health goals.”
Loebs, who also hails from Minnesota, completed two undergraduate degrees: a Bachelor of Science in Biology at the University of Puget Sound and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Washington. She obtained a master’s degree in Bioethics and completed the Family Nurse Practitioner program at the University of Washington, where she pursued additional training in rural health.
“I enjoy practicing primary care with patients of all ages, including pediatrics,” said Loebs. “I particularly enjoy sports and travel medicine, women’s health, treating substance use and dependence, and working with LGBTQ patients.”
To establish care with Grace Maples, PA-C, or Kendra Loebs, ARNP, call (360) 452-7891 for assistance in beginning the new patient intake process. Due to the unusually high volume of new patient requests, there may be a delay in processing your request.