Specialty: Family Medicine
Location: Juneau →
Bradelle is a Nurse Practitioner at SEARHC, having earned her Masters of Science in Nursing from the University of Washington in Seattle after receiving her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She also earned a Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion/Education from Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Oregon.
She previously worked on policy and prevention with the “Steps to a Healthier Southeast Alaska” program. Bradelle then went on to work in women’s health, spurring her interest in pursuing direct patient care. She began working at SEARHC in 2007 as a School and Workplace Coordinator, moving on to become a Patient Care Coordinator. While in nursing school, she worked as an ambulatory nurse at the Ethel Lund Medical Center and joined the team as a midlevel provider in 2013.
IHS Scholar recipient 2010-2013Special Interests:
Bradelle’s medical interests are in preventative medicine, diabetes management, and women’s health. Her personal interests are spending time outside in any capacity, her dog, cooking, traveling, walking, running, and laughing.