17 Aug Michelle McCullough, Nurse Practitioner, Joins Orthopedic Team at Olympic Medical Physicians
Michelle McCullough, ARNP, expands orthopedic care to patients of the Olympic Medical Physicians Orthopedic Clinics.
Olympic Medical Center welcomes Michelle McCullough, ARNP, to the Olympic Medical Physicians orthopedic team.
In 2006, McCullough started as a medical assistant in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She became a registered nurse in 2015, with experience as an emergency department nurse and acute dialysis nurse. In 2018, McCullough joined OMC as part of the Clinical Informatics team, earning her Master of Science in Nursing Informatics in 2019. While working as a registered nurse in the OMP Wound Clinic in 2021, McCullough worked toward her nurse practitioner degree, which she earned in 2022. Now as an advanced nurse practitioner specializing in adult-gerontology, McCullough will see patients as part of the team of providers at the OMP Orthopedic Clinic in Port Angeles and Sequim. She treats fractures, dislocations, joint problems and orthopedic emergencies.
“My career path from medical assistant to nurse practitioner gives me a unique view of the different levels of care, which I bring forward to my patients today,” said McCullough. “From patient interactions to patient advocacy, my journey will facilitate quality patient-centered care.”
McCullough looks forward to providing personal care to her patients on the Peninsula, saying, “serving in a rural hospital system like OMP gives me the ability to really help my community.”
McCullough received her Master of Science in Nursing – Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner from Spring Arbor University in Michigan.
McCullough sees patients at the OMP Orthopedic Clinics in Sequim and Port Angeles. For more information about orthopedics at OMC, visit olympicmedical.org/orthopaedics.