Kathleen Walsh, NP

Gynecology, OB-GYN, Obstetrics & Gynecology

Phone:

828.631.8913

Fax:

828.586.7904

Website:

http://www.harrismedicalgroup.com/our_practices/harris_womens_care
Board Certified Women's Health Nurse Practitioner. She located in the mountains of North Carolina from Illinois where she worked for 31 years in the field of collaborative and holistic care for women. She earned a B.S. from Western Illinois University and MSN from the University of Wisconsin. Her clinical interests range from OB care and birth control to menopause and integrative medicine. She is also a Certified Lactation Educator. She enjoys hiking in our beautiful mountains. Among her many accomplishments she is especially proud of raising four fabulous children and finishing the Chicago Marathon. 

Master of Science in Nursing, WHNP - University of Wisconsin 06/1996-08/1999

Associate Degree Nursing  - Columbia Basin College, Washington 08/1981-05/1983

Bachelor of Science, Recreation and Park Administration  - Western Illinois University 08/1971-12/1974

  • Certified Women's Health Nurse Practitioner (NCC) 12/1999 to present
  • Registered Nurse NC
  • Certificate in Plant Based Nutrition from eCornell (T.Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies) July 2015
  • Certified Lactation Educator
  • DEA
  • APN
  • CPR

Obstetrics care

Birth control to menopause

Integrative medicine

OB Educator Award, RMH Hospital 1989

Graduated with High Honors BS, AND, and MS programs

Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society

Hiking in the mountains of Western North Carolina

Traveling to see her 4 fabulous children



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