Nicole Woodruff is a board certified family nurse practitioner specializing in Diabetes and Endocrinology. She is also a certified diabetes educator.
Mrs. Woodruff earned her bachelor's degree from Western Washington University and her master's degree from Seattle University. Previous to joining UW Medicine's Northwest Hospital and Medical Center she work at Northwest Endocrinology, Seattle and King County Public Health Clinics, and NeighborCare.
Mrs. Woodruff is board certified by the ANCC (American Nurses Credentialing Center) and is a Certified Diabetes Educator through the NCBDE (National Certification Board for Diabetes Educators).
Patient Care Philosophy
In our practice we work as a team which includes the patient, myself, the dietician and the physician. Each of us brings different perspectives, skills and responsibilities to our partnership. I enjoy teaching and coaching and I offer recommendations for treatment and care based on my education and expertise. I especially enjoy helping my patients understand their choices, set goals, and actively participate in their care.
Diabetes; behavior change; patient education.
Research interests include obesity and methods for weight loss
|Seattle University||Medical Education||2004|
|American Nurses Credentialing Center||Family Nurse Practitioner||2004|