As a senior in high school, Brittney developed a curiosity about the medical field that drove her to obtain her medical assisting certificate. This sparked her thirst for knowledge and her self-proclaimed "nerdy" passion for understanding medical decision-making reasoning. After completing nursing school, Brittney spent two years on a Labor and Delivery unit before moving to Intermountain Medical Center's Emergency Department. There she spent ten years caring for patients of all acuities across the lifespan. When the opportunity to become a flight nurse arose, Brittney didn't hesitate to accept this new challenge. She spent nine years practicing autonomously and providing critical care in unorthodox settings, which proved very rewarding. Over her years as an ED and flight nurse, she realized the growing disparity in the healthcare system for those suffering from chronic pain. The lack of resources and available care options often drove patients to ED desperately seeking temporary relief solutions.
Brittney looks forward to transitioning back into the clinical setting with Southwest Spine & Pain Center. She is excited to be a part of a team at the forefront of providing the latest pain management solutions. She is eager to develop relationships with her patients and tailoring individual care plans to manage their pain, improve their quality of life, and provide patients with the best outcomes possible.
Outside work, you can usually find Brittney and her husband on the sidelines of a baseball or football field, cheering on their two boys. Weekends are usually filled with friends and family, camping, traveling, or BBQs. Her hobbies included buying house plants she doesn't need, shopping online, drinking iced coffee, and bingeing Netflix with her bulldog Zoey.