Ms. McRavin-Johnson graduated from Vance Granville Community College in 1991 with an associate degree of science in nursing and worked as a Registered Nurse for 24 years before deciding to return to school. Her goal was to become a Family Nurse Practitioner providing ongoing care in a family practice setting, where she could see the babies she cared for in OB grow up as well as care for their siblings, parents and grandparents.
She has been a nurse for almost 30 years with experience in adult intensive care, emergency room, neonatal intensive care, and the past 17 years in labor and delivery with national certification in both inpatient obstetrics and electronic fetal monitoring. She feels that the nursing knowledge she has will help her communicate with patients and meet their needs.
Her goal is to continue caring for patients throughout their lifespan, providing a safe, nurturing and collaborative environment for a provider to patient relationship. Being an advocate for her patients has encouraged her help patients better understand their healthcare and feel that they can have open honest discussions about their care needs.
Ms. McRavin-Johnson grew up in Germany with five siblings. Her father was in the U.S. Army and her mother was a German nurse. She and her husband have two sons and two grandsons. They enjoy traveling, the outdoors and the beautiful PNW.