Kimberly Creel, ARNP | Digestive Disease Clinic

Kimberly Creel, ARNP

Born in Donalsonville, Georgia and raised in Jakin, Georgia. She now lives in Bainbridge, Georgia. Received her undergraduate RN degree from Darton College in 2003 and BSN degree from Albany State University in 2005. She holds a Masters of Public Health from Walden University and completed her Masters of Nursing degree in 2015 from University of Alabama at Birmingham. She holds a certification in Adult- Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner through American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Her nursing back ground includes medical/ surgical and Intensive Care Unit. She was employed by Bainbridge Memorial hospital for 16 years before joining Digestive Disease Clinic as an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner. “Being a Nurse Practitioner is a rewarding opportunity to be able to help those in the community and to help me expand my medical knowledge. I learned growing up with a compassionate mother who was a nurse that it takes a special person to be nurse who is willing to care for others. I advanced my degree to be able to help others and to share my knowledge with them to help make healthier and wiser decisions regarding their health care. It’s a pleasure to be able to care for patients and have a positive impact on their life’s”.

When she is not at work, she enjoying spending time with her daughter and family, hunting, fishing and camping.