Ms. Prince went to Pacific Lutheran University where she majored in sociology. During that time, she became an EMT, where she caught her first glimpse of the medical field.
She was granted admission into Pierce College’s Nursing program and landed her first nursing job in an emergency department in 2012. She always enjoyed helping people in their times of need and knew that she wanted to continue that work. She worked in the ER until she graduated from Simmons University with her Master of Science in Nursing with her Family Nurse Practitioner in the summer of 2019. Although she enjoyed the rush the ER provided, she truly wanted to care for families in the most holistic way possible. She found that opportunity in family practice.
She enjoys caring for people during their entire lifespan, infants to the elderly and everyone in between. She enjoys getting to know her patients and sharing her view on health including the use of supportive therapies such as massage, chiropractic therapies and acupuncture.
Ms. Prince looks for a collaborative relationship with her patients and feels that working together will provide better outcomes. She likes to smile daily and incorporates humor into most all of patient contacts. She believes patients need a doctor that they have a good fit with, which includes sharing a belief system. When a patient and provider share a belief system it tends to enhance and expand the relationship and helps them work together collaboratively.
When she’s not in the clinic, she enjoys being outdoors with her family. She and her wife have four active children. Together they often spend time at Washington beaches and enjoying parks and trails. They also enjoy traveling and exploring new places.