Medical Nurse PractitionerLearn more about Spring Creek Medical Center's Medical Nurse Practitioner in Logan, UT.
Meet our Medical Nurse Practitioner!
A nurse practitioner is a board-certified nurse with an advanced degree and qualifies to treat medical conditions without the supervision of a doctor. Nurse practitioners prescribe medications, treat illnesses, and administer physical exams. Tiffany Schultz is our onsite Nurse Practitioner. She’s focused on attending to your medical needs. Read more about her below.
Tiffany was born and raised in Southern California before moving to Logan her senior year of high school. She went on to earn her RN and BSN at the University of Utah before graduating as a Nurse Practitioner from Maryville University.
While attending school, Tiffany worked as a Registered Nurse for IASIS Healthcare in Salt Lake City. For 10 years, she floated from unit to unit working in different areas in SLC hospitals. Her husband’s carrier then moved them back to Cache Valley.
After graduating, she worked for Sterling Urgent Care in North Logan for a year before finding Spring Creek Medical Center. She is board-certified in Family Medicine but focuses on her specialty in Functional and Alternative medicine and Hormone Replacement Therapy. Tiffany has also specialized in stem cell treatments for patients with chronic health concerns.
She focuses on healing the patient—rather than just treating the diagnosed condition
Tiffany likes to provide a non-narcotic approach to pain management. She is also certified in Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy through Worldlink Medical, the Academy for Preventive and Innovative Medicine. The BHRT Certification provides physicians and healthcare practitioners with the education, assessment, and trust needed to practice Hormone Replacement Therapy.
When she’s not working, Tiffany enjoys spending time with her husband Rod, and three sons Rodney, Colton, and Tayden. Her family loves Cache Valley and enjoys all the outdoor activities it offers. Tiffany loves to empower and educate patients about their health care. She has come to appreciate the alternative medicine model because there should be an individual approach to healing each patient.
Why choose a Medical Nurse Practitioner?
I went in to see Tiffany due to extreme back and hip pain. She took the time to listen and figure out the cause. After leaving I felt relief I haven’t had for 15 years. Absolutely recommend. Tiffany is a rock star!!!
I am so pleased with Spring Creek Medical Center. I was previously seeing another nurse practitioner but the care I have received at Spring Creek Medical Center has far surpassed that experience. Tiffany Schultz and all the people at Spring Creek are amazing. I truly feel that they are deeply concerned about improving and maintaining the very best health I can have. Tiffany doesn’t just look at the surface and try to prescribe a care plan. Utilizing her extensive nursing and educational background she spends the time to truly understand the situation before prescribing treatment. And, after treatment, she has been there to follow up and make sure things are improving as prescribed. I would, without reservation recommend her with the strongest recommendation to anyone wanting to improve their health and well-being.
A nurse practitioner focuses on the whole person. Tiffany provides a range of services that concentrate on patients’ mental and physical well-being and counsels patients about making lifestyle choices that will help reduce their disease risk. Our nurse practitioner in Logan, UT approaches patients as individuals. Not as medical conditions.