Anna McCracken – Family Nurse Practitioner
Bio: I was born and raised in Chester, Montana and received my degree from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. I worked in Kalispell’s Community Health Center providing family planning services, before moving here with my husband and two kids. I’m passionate about providing health care services on a sliding fee scale to low-income individuals and families. In my free time, my family and I are water lovers and enjoy spending time outdoors.
Why did you choose to enter the medical profession?
I enjoy working with people and helping them to improve their health.
What are some common misconceptions you hear from patients?
Even though pap smears are not recommended yearly, annual exams still are.
What are some helpful hints or practices you do in your own life to improve your physical and mental health?
Take time to care for yourself by yourself.
What is the most important thing Bridgercare does for patients and the community?
Cost effective high value and high level care.
How do you want a patient to feel after a visit with you?