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Meet Our Providers

Juliette Capp, ARNP

Juliette Capp, ARNP

Education: Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Seattle Pacific University
Master of Science in Nursing, Gonzaga University

Certification: American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, ACLS, PALS, BCLS

Before joining the Healthy Now team, Ms. Capp was in critical care for over 17 years. She has a servant's heart and puts the needs and the care of her patients first in every interaction, working with them to improve their health. She loves living in Yakima for all four seasons and the close proximity to Seattle and the Oregon Coast. She is the proud grandmother of two and has been married to her husband for 40 years.

Lisa Jones, ARNP

Lisa Jones, ARNP

Education: Master of nursing and bachelor of nursing, Washington State University, 2012.

What inspired you to choose medicine?  I just have a strong desire to help people through their health.

Why did you choose your specialty? I wanted to advance my education in nursing to take a more active role in patient outcomes.

What is your philosophy of care? I like to work with the patient to make the plan of care, get them involved in their own health care.

What do you like about Yakima? I like the weather. I really like it.

What do you like to do outside of work? We like to go camping and hiking, and we enjoy running.

Previous employment: ARNP, MultiCare Covington Urgent Care, Covington, WA., 2014-present. MultiCare Covington Clinic Family PracticeCovington, WA., 2013-2014.

Cynthia Kelley, ARNP

Cynthia Kelley, ARNP

Education: Master of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA, 2014-17. Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Washington State University Intercollegiate College of Nursing.

=What inspired you to choose medicine?  I always liked science and I like helping people and medicine is a good combination of the two.

Why did you choose your specialty? I worked in acute care for 13 years. Although my degree is in family medicine all of my practical knowledge is in acute care.

What is your philosophy of care? Providing care on the patient’s terms and being a partner with them through their journey.

What do you like about Yakima? I grew up here. There’s always something to do. We’re two hours away from the coast, an hour away from the mountains.

What do you like to do outside of work? I like to play with my kids, I have a son and a daughter and we like to go camping. I also like to garden.

Tara Morris, ARNP

Tara Morris

Education: Bachelor of Science, Nursing, Washington State University; Master of Nursing, Washington State University

Tara Morris grew up with an interest in science. She believes it's important to involve patients in their own care, because at the end of the day, their health is their responsibility. She has worked at Memorial for more than 15 years, previously serving in the Emergency Department. In her spare time, she enjoys water sports: river floating, swimming and paddle boarding.

Shannon Neer, PA-C

>Shannon Neer, PA-C

Specialty: Family Medicine

Education: Arizona School of Health Sciences, Phoenix

I grew up in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia where my dad was the head of the newly forming Medical Physics facility at the brand new King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center. Back then Riyadh was still quite underdeveloped-routine medical care and advanced health services were nonexistent for most of the population. Almost overnight (nine years, actually) I witnessed a tiny city with several mud buildings, diseased children and one stop light turn into a big city with modern streets and grocery stores.

One of the first CT scanners ever made was installed in my dad's facility. I always wanted to practice medicine, and in my senior year of college I learned the Physician Assistant profession is based on a model of rural medicine and taking care of underserved populations. That was an instant no brainer for me! Yakima is not exactly rural but it is small and access to care is indeed an issue.

After moving back from Saudi Arabia my family moved to Washington State. I graduated from Western Washington University in Bellingham. I then attended Arizona School of Health Sciences, in Phoenix, where I earned a Master's degree in Physician Assistant Studies.

My husband and I live in Ellensburg. We have two precious and spoiled little girls- a miniature Yorkie and a teacup Chihuahua. When I'm not at work, I enjoy arts and crafts, baking and raising money for the American Cancer Society. Almost every day when I am practicing medicine I am reaffirmed that I made the right career choice. Because I don't follow patients in the hospital or take call I feel like I can spend more time with each patient. In keeping with the principles of rural medicine I make sure to address the whole patient. This includes their home life, work life, and their available resources. I always make sure that the medications and treatment plans that I give to a patient will actually work for them considering their circumstances.

I like patients of all ages but I decorate my rooms for the children-I like them better! I like to goof off with them and I am typically the loudest one making animal noises and being silly! Who said I have to grow up?

Stacie Olson

Stacie Olson

Certification: Family Nurse Practitioner, ARNP

Stacie Olson was inspired to be a nurse by her mother who was also a nurse. She has a strong desire to help other people no matter where they are on their health journey.

Laura Stewart, ARNP

Laura Stewart, ARNP

Education: Post-Master's - Family Nurse Practitioner, Washington State University. Master of Science in Nursing Education, University of New Mexico. Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Washington State University

Certification: Family Nurse Practitioner - ARNP

What is your philosophy of care as a nurse practitioner? Patient-centered focus.

Where were you raised? I was raised in Yakima.

What do you like about Yakima? I like the weather and the location; it's near both Seattle and the mountains.

What do you like to do outside of work? We're big fans of the Oregon Coast. I also like to travel and play tennis.

Shereen Stocker, ARNP

Shereen Stocker, ARNP

Ms. Stocker attended high school in Lewiston, Idaho and went on to receive her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at University of Wisconsin in Madison. She completed her Master of Science in nursing, and her family nurse practitioner degree at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City in 1990. She started at Selah Family Medicine in 1991, and has been practicing there ever since.

Special interests in medicine include travel medicine and women's health care. Ms. Stocker is a member of ARNP's United of Washington State and has participated in medical missions in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Kenya, Tanzania and Peru. One of her main volunteer passions is a local program called "Feeding Five Thousand" of which she serves as a co-chair. Several churches and community groups come together to package meals of rice, lentils, spices, dehydrated vegetables & chicken. These meals are sent with an organization called Children of the Nations and are sent to Uganda, Sierra Leone, Malawi or the Dominican Republic. Earlier this year, the organization sent 61,000 meals to the Dominican Republic.

Her other interests include travel, hiking, photography, and quilting.

Kathleen Tucholke, ARNP

Phil Young, ARNP

Phil Young, ARNP

Education: Master's of Nursing, Washington State University, 2008; Bachelor of Science in Nursing, 2001.

Certification: Certified Family Nurse Practitioner

Mr. Young worked at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital for 12 years, before leaving to pursue other opportunities, and returned to Memorial Family of Services because he appreciates the sense of community that Memorial and the Yakima Valley provide.

His philosophy of care is simple: He tries to put himself in his patient's shoes. Mr. Young strives to make medicine understandable for patients and believes that if his patients understand the reasoning behind the treatment plan, they are much more likely to follow that plan. He chose medicine as a career because he wanted to help people and has found it rewarding.

Mr. Young and his wife have four children, and they spend a lot of time playing, coaching and watching baseball. He also has traveled for medical mission work in Honduras, Ecuador and the Dominican Republic and is fluent in conversational Spanish.