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Nurse Kimberly

I have been a nurse for 33 years and am currently back in school to further my education. When I encountered my first relapsing multiple sclerosis (RMS) patient early in my nursing career, I knew I needed to learn more and that I had to get involved with the multiple sclerosis (MS) community. Throughout my career, I’ve worked for two neurologists specializing in MS, as well as assisted with clinical research.

Building lifelong relationships and trust is so important when it comes to relapsing MS. That’s why I chose to become an MS One to One Nurse 4 years ago. It has been a wonderful experience encouraging and helping my patients over the years.

I currently live in Tennessee with my husband. We like to spend time on our farm with our chickens and our very spoiled dogs. I’m very excited to continue my work with MS One to One by writing for the Live & Learn MS blog. I once had a lovely person tell me that some day MS will stand for “mystery solved.” I keep this posted in my office as a daily reminder of why we work so hard.

/Areas/blog/Content/images/profile/kimberly.png Posts Kimberly has authored
Relapsing MS: Do you have a good relationship with your HCP?
  • Kimberly Nurse Kimberly Asks

  • What are your priorities when it comes to finding the right healthcare provider?
Stewartsays Pamsays
Navigating health insurance and financial assistance for your relapsing MS treatment.
  • Kimberly Nurse Kimberly Asks

  • How do you navigate insurance and financial assistance?
Pamsays Stewartsays
Relapsing MS Blog: Paying It Forward in the MS Community
  • Kimberly Nurse Kimberly Asks

  • How have the lessons you’ve learned helped you pay it forward in the MS community?
Conniesays Stewartsays
Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis Blog: Everyone’s MS is Different, but We Face the Same Challenges
  • Kimberly Nurse Kimberly Asks

  • The relapsing multiple sclerosis symptoms you experience may be different from those of others...
Pamsays Conniesays
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