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Carrie R. Quinlan, FNP

  • Employed by St. John's Health

About Carrie

I was born in San Antonio, Texas, but grew up in Canton, Ohio, home of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. I went to college at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where I received my Bachelors or Science in Biology. I then went on to obtain my Masters in Public Health at St. George’s University in Grenada, West Indies. I worked at the Northeastern Ohio Arthritis Foundation after graduation, where I designed, wrote, and published a program on chronic pain. A few years later, I went on to Kent State University, where I graduated with my Bachelors of Nursing in the accelerated program. I worked at Lake Health in Willoughby, Ohio as an Emergency Department RN, and eventually the Emergency Department/Trauma Facilitator for a total of 4 years. I then worked at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center in the Emergency Department for 4 years, as a Charge Nurse. I decided to go back to school for the final time. I worked fulltime and went to school fulltime through Ohio University School of Nursing. I graduated with my Family Nurse Practitioner in 2018. I started working in a primary care office in Canton, Ohio where I saw patients of all ages and dealt with a variety of disease processes. I moved here in June for my perfect job! Working at St. John’s Pain Clinic combines all of my education, varied background experiences, and love of helping people.

I have been married for almost 10 years to my best friend, Matt Sauer. We have a dog named Mugzy, who is our 13 year-old ‘fur-baby’ rescue. We enjoy hiking, camping, motorcycling, and anything outdoors. I am so thankful for the opportunity to live in Jackson, Wyoming. I look forward to building, growing, and developing the St. John’s Pain Clinic into a robust service for those in and around our community.
  • College
  • Graduate School - NP Ohio University
    Athens, OH
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American Academy of Nurse Practitioners National Certification Board - Family Medicine: obtained 10/2017