2821 Juniper Drive
Lewiston, ID 83501
Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Family Nurse Practitioner, FNP
Lisa graduated from Gonzaga University in 2007 as a family nurse practitioner (FNP). Prior to joining SEL, she worked in Pomeroy, Washington, in the clinic, long-term care facility, acute care, and emergency medicine. Prior to going back to school for her FNP degree, she worked in oncology/infectious diseases and home health. She has a strong interest in wellness and chronic disease management. Lisa has been a nurse for 29 years. Her goal is to help people stay healthy, but if a chronic disease does develop, she would like to partner with her patients so they can have the best quality of life possible. Lisa also really enjoys the pediatric population.
Lisa is married and has a truly awesome son. Her family enjoys the outdoors, and they are avid ATV riders.
Onsite Registered Nurse
Sara graduated in 2012 from Lewis-Clark State College with her bachelor's degree in nursing. Prior to working at SEL, Sara worked at St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center on the Medical/Oncology floor for three years. In addition to her RN degree, Sara has also achieved several certifications, such as Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Training in HIV/AIDS. Sara also has a background in working in long-term care and home healthcare. Sara was born and raised locally. She enjoys the adventures and opportunities found on the Palouse and in the valley of Lewiston, Idaho. Sara looks forward to providing compassionate care to the employees of SEL and hopes to better the lives of employees through continued education.
The SEL Health Clinic is now offering a brand new service for the Lewiston Health Clinic that will better serve our patients. In the event that a provider is needed but not present in the Lewiston Health Clinic, patients now have the option of using our telemedicine system. With the assistance of our onsite nurse, the telemedicine system directly connects the patient with a provider at the Pullman Health Clinic in a video conference.
Most studies show that the correct diagnosis can be made 80 percent of the time from listening to a patient's history and description of the problem. There will be measures in place to directly visualize a patient's ear drum, skin rash, and sore throat as well as listen to the patient's heart and lungs using a remote stethoscope.
As always, we take security and confidentiality very seriously. All of the data generated by the telemedicine visit will be transmitted only across the SEL private network and will not touch the open Internet. This is a really exciting time for technology in medicine and we are very proud to be able to use innovation to better serve our patients and provide high quality compassionate care.
The FMS gives us an objective way to analyze human movement at the big joints in the body.
With the test we screen for:
Based on the results of this test, we can build appropriate programs. There are four possible outcomes for the screening:
A screening score of 14 or above (21 possible)
Acceptable for full activity; some corrective strategies may be used for movements.
A screening score of 13 or below
Corrective strategies will be implemented with training exercises.
Pain with any movement
Client is referred to a health care provider for clearance.
To contact the Health Clinic in Pullman, please call our front desk at 509.338.3800.
Monday–Thursday, 7:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Friday, 7:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m., 12:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
To access your patient information, log in to the Patient Portal.