The Golden Rule is the principle of treating others as you want to be treated. This is not only exemplary of how I try to live my life, but also how I provide patient care. Throughout my career, I have worked in a variety of different settings and demographic areas. I’ve worked from very rural, to urban, and somewhere in between. Although the patient population and practices have differed, one idea has remained constant. The best outcomes are achieved when the provider respects the patient’s wishes, while simultaneously promoting and educating on evidence based medicine.
Hi there! My name is Jamie Ail McNaughton. I just got married on 7.16.22 in the mountains in Buena Vista, CO! It was the experience of a lifetime, that’s for sure. My husband and I live in Littleton, CO with our two pups Mac and Ziggy. Mac is a 10 yr old sensitive German Shepherd mix, and Ziggy is a 6 yr old goofy little Goldendoodle. They are our little buddies, and we love taking them on walks, camping, and recently took them to the Furry Scurry.
A little about my background:
I am originally from St. Louis, MO. I went to the University of Missouri for my undergraduate nursing degree. MIZ-ZOU! After graduation, I worked on a Kidney, Liver, and Abdominal Transplant unit for my first nursing job at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. It was truly such a unique learning experience and speciality; transplant nursing will always hold a special place in my heart. From there, I did some travel nursing in Atlanta, and then in Denver. I am so grateful for my experience in Denver. I worked on a Bone Marrow Transplant unit, and discovered the beauty of Colorado on my days off. While I decided to leave Colorado to pursue my goal of a becoming a Nurse Practitioner, I knew one day I’d be back. Fast forward to May 2016, I graduated from Family Nurse Practitioner school. I then spent couple years after graduation gaining invaluable experience in the community health setting. I completed a 1 year Nurse Practitioner Residency program, followed by a year of independent practice family in the Chicago area. In 2018, I decided to make the move to Denver. I have spent the last 4 years working on a Vascular Surgery team. I can’t say enough about my previous team, patients, and the hospital. I’m so grateful for the experience, but ultimately decided to listen to my inner voice which reminded me of how much I missed family medicine. I eventually found UCHealth and am so grateful to have this opportunity.
Qualifications and experience
- Family Medicine
- Languages spoken
Maryville University (2016)
- Board Certification
Certification Agency Member Board Specialty Year American Academy of Nurse Practitioners American Board of Specialty Nursing Certification (ABSNC) Family Nurse Practitioner 2016
- Clinical interest for patients
Women's health, pediatrics, skin health, mental health, chronic condition management such as hypertension, diabetes, obesity, promoting and educating on routine preventative screenings and immunizations, maintaining a healthy lifestyle with nutrition and fitness
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