Jennifer Crutchfield Hatton is nationally certified as a family nurse practitioner by both the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).
A nurse practitioner is an advanced practice registered nurse who is trained and educated to provide health maintenance and promotion through the diagnosis and treatment of acute illnesses and chronic conditions.
After attending Miami University, Jennifer completed her Associate’s Degree in Nursing at Fortis College and began her medical career as an Register Nurse. She started out working at Madison Health and quickly found her place in primary care. She practiced alongside a primary care provider for numerous years at the Madison Medical Center while she completed her Master of Science in Nursing degree. After graduating with a 4.0 from Walden University, Jennifer became a nationally certified family nurse practitioner.
“Working in London for so many years has given me the opportunity to develop relationships with many of our county’s residents as well as with members of the local healthcare community,” Crutchfield Hatton said. “I am eager to take on a new role in this community to provide health services to all those in need.”
She has a specific interest in providing healthcare to adult populations with a focus on preventative health needs, chronic disease management, and acute illness treatment. She strives to work in collaboration with her patients and their families to ensure the best outcomes.
Growing up in Madison County, she graduated from Madison-Plains High School. She currently lives in Galloway with her husband, Tim, stepson, Elliott, and their new baby boy, Dean William.
As a family nurse practitioner, she is able to diagnose and treat people of all ages. She is excited to meet new patients and is looking forward to reuniting with some familiar faces.
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