Nurse practitioner Kendall Babb joined the Kalispell Regional Healthcare team in March 2016. Kendall received a Bachelor of Science in nursing from the University of Kansas (with honors) and practiced for six years as an intensive care and emergency room nurse in Denver, Colorado, before earning a Master of Science in nursing/acute care nurse practitioner from St. Louis University in Missouri (with honors). Kendall’s strong interest in expanding her education led to her pursuit of an advanced practice fellowship in hospital medicine at the University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora. After her fellowship, Kendall joined the Hospital Medicine Group (HMG) as faculty at the University of Colorado, where she spent three years practicing as a hospitalist. During her time with the HMG, Kendall was involved with curriculum development, education and formal didactics with both advanced practice fellows and students. Kendall also served as the lead nurse practitioner for the inpatient oncology service, providing care for complex oncology patients. Kendall also served as a lecturer in the adult and geriatric acute care nurse practitioner program at the University of Colorado College of Nursing. When Kendall is away from the hospital, she enjoys spending time outdoors rock climbing, biking and hiking with her adventure buddy and husband, Tony, as well as being involved with Young Life in the Flathead Valley and watching Kansas basketball.
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