As part of our Nurse Practitioner’s week feature, our third spotlight features Heather Chambers, Lisa Hill, and Jennifer Hrbek, who serve our Solid Organ Transplant ID patients.
A graduate of Pensacola Christian College (BSN) and the University of Nebraska Medical Center for her Masters and Doctor of Nursing Practice, Heather joined the nursing field because of her desire to help others. While Heather was unit nurse, she knew that she wanted to do more with her knowledge and expertise. The drive for knowledge and continual growth attracted her to pursue Nurse Practitioner school.
As a Nurse Practitioner with the Solid Organ Transplant ID team, Heather loves helping our patients. She finds it very rewarding to help patients improve and guide families along the care process. Heather enjoys the comradery that comes from collaborating with other services and the knowledge that she gains with every patient she treats to help her become a better clinician.
A graduate from the University of Nebraska Medical Center (BSN) and Creighton University (MSN-FNP), Lisa was drawn to healthcare from the guidance from a friend. As a nurse, Lisa found the care she provided to her patients to be extremely rewarding. However, she desired more and pursued Nurse Practitioner school.
As a Nurse Practitioner with the Solid Organ Transplant ID team, Lisa finds gratification in the care she provides as part of the team for our complex patients. Lisa develops a strong rapport with the patients and families, making the best interest of our patients her priority.
Jennifer Hrbek (photo unavailable)
A graduate from Auburn University, Clarkson College (BSN) and Creighton University (MSN-FNP), Jennifer was inspired to be a Nurse Practitioner by the birth of her brother. Her mother’s provider, an OB/GYN Nurse Practitioner, delivered her brother that left a profound impact on Jennifer’s journey. As a nurse, Jennifer knew she wanted to increase her skills and expertise and pursued Nurse Practitioner school.
As a Nurse Practitioner with the Solid Organ Transplant ID team, Jennifer finds rewarding the comradery from working with her colleagues. She enjoys the complex patient population that she serves and the continual learning each and every day.
Content courtesy of Jonathan Nguyen.