Dr. Soltwisch is a certified Doctorate of Nursing Practice, Family Nurse practitioner who has over 10 years of experience in urgent care, primary care, as well a telehealth. Dr. Soltwisch also serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor at Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing. She received her BSN from Washington State University and her MSN and DNP from Gonzaga University.
The research and scholarship she has focused on has been the overuse of antibiotics within the urgent care clinic, toolkit development for telehealth in rural communities, Interprofessional Education between Athletic Training and Family Nurse Practitioner Programs, mHealth technology for HIV/AIDS -positive female patients, implementation of PHQ-9 in urgent care settings, toolkit development for new FNP graduates, and FNP ethics training.
By applying evidence-based practice and current research, she is well equipped to educate patients and their families about their disease processes, expected outcomes, and healthy behaviors. As an DNP, FNP-C, her priority and focus are on education and prevention while treating and diagnosing patients all the while giving compassionate and empathetic care to all her patients.
Dr. Soltwisch loves to be with her husband and their three children. She enjoys being involved in their church, being outside as much as possible, reading, cooking delicious meals, and trying new restaurants!