Education and Experience
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.
Awards and Honors
IHS Scholar recipient 2010-2013
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.