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Kim Anne Lockart, WHCNP

OB/GYN

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Kim Anne Lockart, WHCNP

Biography: Kim Anne Lockart, MS, WHCNP, has nearly 40 years of experience caring for women, beginning her career as a labor and delivery nurse in 1978. In 1999, she earned her advanced degree as a nurse practitioner with a focus in women’s health. Her years of experience, expertise and advanced education makes her an expert in well-woman care; gynecological care; and prenatal, pregnancy and postpartum care.

Lockart specializes in helping women who are going through menopause, providing solutions such as hormone replacement therapy including the use of hormone pellets. She also treats bladder and urinary disorders, pelvic pain, and menstrual disorders.

Lockart joined North Country HealthCare in May 2013. She selected to join the team of nurse practitioners and women’s health experts because she, like North Country, is committed to providing the best health and wellness care to the women of northern Arizona.

Prior to joining North Country HealthCare, Lockart worked as a nurse practitioner at A Woman’s Place in Flagstaff and Tuba City Regional Healthcare in Tuba City, Ariz.

Medical Specialties & Interests: Obstetrics; gynecology; menopause; bladder and urinary disorders

Work History & Leadership: 

  • North Country HealthCare; Flagstaff, Ariz.; Nurse Practitioner; 2013 to present
  • A Woman’s Place; Flagstaff, Ariz.; Nurse Practitioner; 2002–2013
  • Planned Parenthood; Mesa, Ariz.; Nurse Practitioner; 1999–2002
  • Arizona State University; Tempe, Ariz., Faculty; 1996–1999
  • LHS Home and Community Care; Chandler, Ariz; Nurse; 1985–1999
  • Desert Samaritan Hospital; Mesa, Ariz., Nurse; 1974–1988

Professional Associations:

  • American Association of Nurse Practitioners
  • National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health
  • Northern Arizona Nurse Practitioners Group

Languages: English; Spanish

Fun fact: Creating beaded jewelry is one of my favorite things to do. I also love to do other handcrafts, bake and read. I moved to Flagstaff in 2002 because I loved the lifestyle, people and great outdoors.

 


Education

Education:

  • Nurse Practitioner: Master of Science in Nursing; Arizona State University; 1999
  • Graduate: Master of Science in Organizational Management; University of Phoenix, Phoenix, Ariz.; 1991
  • Undergraduate: Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Arizona State University; 1977

 

Awards

Awards: Sigma Theta Tau; Arizona State University

 

Publications

Publications: Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, 2008; The informed consent process in whole blood donation

 

Patient Satisfaction

We want to improve and you can help! After each visit you may receive a survey via mail or email. This is your opportunity to tell us what we did well and where we could use some improvement. We value your input and act on survey results on a regular basis. North Country HealthCare is committed to providing a quality experience to you and your family at each visit.

To ensure we are holding ourselves to the highest standards, we partner with an independent patient satisfaction company, Press Ganey. For nearly 30 years, Press Ganey’s mission has been to support healthcare providers in understanding and improving the entire patient experience. As a business partner to more than 20,000 healthcare organizations, Press Ganey leads the industry in transforming the patient experience and creating continuous, sustainable improvement.

 

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