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Katie Gillihan, FNP joins Belgrade Regional Health Center

Belgrade welcomes new Family Nurse Practitioner.

BELGRADE—Belgrade Regional Health Center will be welcoming Katie Gillihan, Family Nurse Practitioner to the practice in June. Katie recently completed a Master of Science in Nursing (FNP) degree at Chamberlain College of Nursing, IL. In 2012, she obtained an undergraduate nursing degree at Chamberlain. Katie brings nine years of nursing experience in medical, behavioral health, school, and home settings. Her areas of expertise include pediatrics, adolescent health, and substance use disorder.

Katie recently shared, “I am honored to join the dedicated team at Belgrade Regional Health Center as a primary care provider where I will deliver compassionate, comprehensive care throughout all stages of life. I am eager to aid in establishing a school-based health center in Lawrence High School where students will have direct access to health care services. My goal as a Family Nurse Practitioner is to break down any and all barriers to care by making healthcare accessible and affordable. I believe in providing patient-centered care, which focuses on patients being active participants in their plan of care and the formation of a partnership between patients and their clinician. HealthReach is known for providing quality healthcare and I am privileged to become a part of this organization.”

Katie will be joining physicians Amy Madden and Michael Landrum, nurse practitioners Jennifer Caudell and Josephine Poulin, psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner Dianne Raymond, and licensed clinical social worker Laurie Rodrigues. Belgrade Regional Health Center offers a range of services including family medical care, counseling, and care management to residents of Belgrade, Mount Vernon, Augusta, Rome, Oakland, Sidney, Belgrade Lakes, Waterville, and neighboring towns.

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