South Peninsula Hospital welcomes Carol Klamser, DNP, as a new family practice provider at South Peninsula Hospital. She will begin her practice in the hospital’s specialty clinic at the same building, 4201 Bartlett Street, on Friday, Nov. 15. Appointments with Carol can be made at 235-0310.
Carol earned her Doctorate in Nursing Practice in Forensics from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis. She has been a nationally certified Family Nurse Practitioner and certified as a Physician Assistant since 1990 and has expertise in chronic Hepatitis C management and treatment. “We’re excited to have her on the team, to not only offer primary care to her existing and new patients, but to partner with Dr. Ross Tanner, visiting lipidologist, to expand the diabetes specialty care offered by his clinic” said Derotha Ferraro, spokesperson.
In addition to patient care, Carol loves teaching. She taught in the BSN, MSN, and Nurse Practitioner programs at California State University, Dominguez Hills, and has been a tenured Associate Professor in the Associate Degree program since 2010 for the College of Health at the University of Alaska, Anchorage. She runs the UAA nursing program at the Kachemak Bay Campus of Kenai Peninsula College which includes didactic and clinical rotations at South Peninsula Hospital.
Carol is a leader in clinic, educational, and consulting areas of forensics. She offers consulting on forensic and medical issues to various attorneys in Alaska. She has served on the Forensic Nurse Certification Board, and currently is elected on the IAFN Nominating Committee and the Education Task Force Committee for the International Association of Forensic Nurses, developing educational guidelines for forensic examiners, which was recently published. She currently serves on the State of Alaska Maternal, Infant, and Child Death Review Committee.