Catherine Voght has over 30 years of experience in a whole range of medical settings ranging from hospital to home health to busy urgent care. Her experience consists of 15 years as a registered nurse and 17 years as a nurse practitioner. Over the years, she has demonstrated remarkable clinical precision and judgment as well as impressive people skills. She is well adept at gathering patient information through physical assessment as well as one-to-one dialogue. This translates into a steady string of health seekers reaching out to Catherine for help. With an above-average productivity reflected in 3,600–4,200 patient visits annually, Catherine has consistently proved her mettle in the medical arena.
Catherine obtained her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of South Alabama and master’s degree in business administration from the University of West Florida. She further obtained a master’s degree in nursing and finished a nurse practitioner program at the University of South Alabama.
As a professional, Catherine has worked for 4 years in HIV research and attended meetings with NIH in Washington DC; she has published an article on HIV in a medical journal in 2004. She has also served as an APRN for the Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Infections, CVS Minute Clinic, and Community Health Northwest Florida. She has also served as a director of nursing and director of urgent care in a busy urgent care/walk-in clinic and has worked with students in developing and streamlining externships in a clinic setting. She was also a nursing educator for an online nursing collegiate for 2–3 years.
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