Teri McCrumb is a neurology nurse practitioner at Bronson Methodist Hospital in Kalamazoo, Michigan. She treats patients with many different neurology conditions including headaches, movement disorders, Multiple Sclerosis, seizures, and memory disorders.
She began her nursing career in 2005 when she graduated with an Associate’s Degree in Nursing from her local community college. She worked in several areas of nursing including med/surg, critical care, pharmaceutical research, home care and peri operative. In 2016, she graduated with Master of Science in Clinical Systems Leadership at the University of Arizona. This degree allowed her the opportunity to pursue a teaching position. In 2017 she began a career as a nursing professor at Grand Valley State University. She taught undergraduate nursing students, both traditional and second-degree. It was during this time that she returned to school to pursue her doctorate in nursing. In 2020, she graduated from Grand Valley State University with a Doctor of Nursing Practice with a focus in Adult-Gerontologic Nurse Practitioner. She currently lives in Battle Creek, Michigan.
She is married to her husband, Tony. She also has two children, Hannah who is a sophomore at Colorado Mesa University and her son, Brendan, who is a senior in high school. She also two stepchildren, Erich and Sarah. She enjoys traveling, working in her yard and watching sports such as the Detroit Tigers and Detroit Red Wings. She is also a big fan of college sports such as football, basketball and softball with her loyalties to the University of Michigan and the University of Arizona.
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