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Patrick Moser, MSN, FNP

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Patrick is a nationally certified Family Nurse Practitioner who primarily works with adult patients with mental health conditions or problems with addiction. With a background in primary care, he has expertise in both acute and chronic medical conditions. Outside of mental health, he has extensive experience with cardiovascular disease and diabetes in a primary care setting. He strives to provide holistic, individualized care that focuses not only on patient conditions but also on the effects of illness on the lives of patients and their families.

He has worked with Horizon Healthcare, Inc. Milwaukee-WI, Keesler Air Force Base – Biloxi, MS, and Wright-Patterson Medical Center; as a Nurse Practitioner in the last 7 years.

His Certifications include:

• Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP-BC), ANCC 2011
• Advanced Practice Nurse Prescriber, Wisconsin Board of Nursing 2011
• Registered Nurse, Wisconsin Board of Nursing 2006

Education

Patrick earned his MSN from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio and his BSN from the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh. He is board certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.

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