Dr. Nichols is a physician specializing in pulmonary and critical care medicine at Northwest Hospital and Medical Center. She cares for patients with lung disease in the clinic and for patients with critical illness in the intensive care unit.
Dr. Nichols earned her bachelor’s degree from New College in Sarasota, Florida and her M.D. from University of Missouri School of Medicine. She completed residency and chief residency at Case Western in Cleveland and then completed subspecialty training in pulmonary and critical care medicine at University of Colorado/National Jewish Health.
Patient Care Philosophy
All aspects of clinical care of patients with chest diseases and critical illness continue to hold my fascination even after 10 years in practice. I especially enjoy hearing patients’ personal stories and assisting them in making the best health decisions on an individual basis.
Clinical care in the full spectrum of pulmonary disease
Research in infections affecting patients with bronchiectasis
|Univ. of Colorado H.S.C. (Pulmonary)||Fellowship|
|Univ. of Missouri - Columbia||Medical Education||2004|
|Case Western Reserve Univ./Univ. Hospitals of Cleveland Program||Internship|
|Case Western Reserve Univ./Univ. Hospitals of Cleveland Program||Residency|
|American Board of Internal Medicine||Critical Care Med. (Int Med)||2011|
|American Board of Internal Medicine||Internal Medicine||2007|
|American Board of Internal Medicine||Pulmonary Disease||2010|