Top Doctors '14: Nurse Practitioners

Nurse practitioners are registered nurses with advanced education and clinical training. They can provide a wide range of services, including diagnosis and management of conditions, and work autonomously and in conjunction with professionals, including physicians.

Patricia Bai, ARNP, pediatric primary care, neurology and epilepsy; Seattle Children’s Hospital, 4800 Sand Point Way, Seattle, 206.987.2078; 206.987.2078; University of Washington School of Nursing, 2008

Anne M. Croghan, ARNP, gastroenterology, hepatology; Seattle Gastroenterology Associates, 501 N 34th St., Suite 101, Seattle, 206.838.1777; University of Washington School of Nursing, 2000

Lindsay Leeder, ARNP, family medicine; Edmonds Family Medicine, 7315 212th St. SW, Edmonds, 425.775.9474; Seattle University, 2007

Bobbie (Barbara) Severson, ARNP, neurology, multiple sclerosis; Swedish Multiple Sclerosis Center, 1600 E Jefferson St., Seattle, 206.320.2200; Seattle Pacific University, 1997

Tamara Tobias, ARNP, fertility; Seattle Reproductive Medicine, 3055 112th Ave. NE, Suite 201, Bellevue, 888.599.5090; California State University, 1998