Bromaghim joins Cherokee Regional Clinic
Cherokee Regional Medical Center (CRMC) announces that Alta resident Kristen Bromaghim, ARNP-C, has joined Cherokee Regional Clinic (CRC). Bromaghim started her duties at CRC earlier this year and is currently seeing patients in Cherokee.
Bromaghim received her Master of Science in Nursing- Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (AGACNP) from Vanderbilt University School of Nursing in Nashville, Tennessee, in 2018. Impressively, the AGACNP program at Vanderbilt is one of the top five programs in the country offering this specialty. Bromaghim earned her undergraduate degree from James Madison University in Harrisonburg.
Bromaghim and her husband, Brendan, relocated to Iowa when Brendan accepted a position at Buena Vista University as the Assistant Professor of Military Science/ROTC Instructor.
In her spare time Kristen enjoys traveling and reading, as well as spending time with family and their two dogs.
“I have really enjoyed getting to know my patients and co-workers since coming to Cherokee,” says Bromaghim. “It is my personal goal to provide the highest level of care to my patients and to treat each of them with compassion, dignity, and an individualized approach to helping them reach their health care goals.”
“Kristen has been a great addition to Cherokee Regional Clinic,” says CRC Manager Lexi Henson, RN. “We are pleased that Kristen and Brendan chose the Cherokee area to begin this next chapter of their careers. Kristen’s expertise and credentials are a great compliment to the rest of our dedicated medical staff at CRC.”