Renea Christian, FNP-BC

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Renea Christian, FNP-BC:  Duval Pre-K through 8 School

Mrs. Christian graduated from Undergraduate at the University of Charleston and Graduate School from West Virginia University.  She holds certifications as an RN, BSN, and FNP-BC. Renea has been part of the Lincoln Primary Care Center team since 2009 specifically providing school based health services at Duval.  She organizes and hosts our annual Families In Touch (FIT) Camp each summer for our local youth.

Chassity Kirk, FNP-BC

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Chassity Kirk, FNP-BC: Logan Wildcat Center

Mrs. Kirk graduated from Marshall University School of Nursing and is currently a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She worked at St. Mary’s Medical Center as a nurse on Neurology prior to coming to Lincoln Primary Care Center. She has worked at LPCC as the Assistant Director Of Nursing and the Director of Nursing for 4.5 years, and has been working as a Nurse Practitioner in our school based health services for the last year.

Jacqueline Ranson, FNP-BC

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Jacqueline Ranson, FNP-BC:  Sand Plant

Mrs. Ranson graduated from Poca High School in 1994 and West Virginia University (undergraduate in 1999 and graduate in 2001). .

Her certifications include Registered Nurse (1999), Master of Science in Nursing (2001) and Family Nurse Practitioner Certification through the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).  Ms. Ranson worked for the Charleston Area Medical Center Hospitalist Group from 2001 until 2013 before coming to Lincoln Primary Care Center in 2013.

Ms. Ranson has received several awards and honors throughout her career including Heart and Soul Award Winner – Charleston Area Medical Center; CAMC Hospitalist Counsel Representative;;  West Virginia University Student Nurses Association Senior Class Vice President;  West Virginia University Presidential Award for Excellence in Scholarship; Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honors Society;  Vance Scholarship Award Identifying Future Nurse Leaders in Action – West Virginia Nurses Association; Golden Key National Honor Society; Phi Kappa Phi National Honors Society;  West Virginia League for Nursing Scholarship; National Collegiate Nursing Award; and West Virginia University School of Nursing “Art of Nursing” Leadership Award.

Ms. Ranson has is a preceptor to nurse practitioner students attending  West Virginia University, Marshall University, Mountain State University, Walden University and Alderson Broadus College.  She enjoys spending time with her husband and three amazing boys!  The family loves to go fishing and spend time outdoors.

Her passion is volunteering and doing missionary work in Haiti.  Her family is starting a mission in Haiti this year called Heart of the Mountain Mission.