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Meet Our Providers

Juliette Capp, ARNP

Juliette Capp, ARNP

Education: Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Seattle Pacific University
Master of Science in Nursing, Gonzaga University

Certification: American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, ACLS, PALS, BCLS

Before joining the Healthy Now team, Ms. Capp was in critical care for over 17 years. She has a servant's heart and puts the needs and the care of her patients first in every interaction, working with them to improve their health. She loves living in Yakima for all four seasons and the close proximity to Seattle and the Oregon Coast. She is the proud grandmother of two and has been married to her husband for 40 years.

Wade Holden, PA-C

Wade Holden, PA-C

Education: Master’s of Physician Assistant Studies, Rocky Mountain College, Billings, Mont., 2010; bachelor’s of Exercise Physiology, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, 2006.

What inspired you to choose medicine?  I knew I always wanted to help people.

Why did you choose your specialty? I love working with people, and I really enjoy that face-to-face interaction with people.

What is your philosophy of care? I like to take a holistic approach to treating patients.

What do you like about Yakima? I’m a Toppenish High grad, and I’m back after 10 years. I like being close to my family, and I love the mix of agriculture, the outdoors and the seasons.

What do you like to do outside of work? I love to be outdoors. I like to hike and ski. I love to play sports. I really enjoy spending time with my family and young children.

Dustin Hurter PC-C

Lisa Jones, ARNP

Education: Master’s of Clinical Health Science, Physician Assistant, MEDEX Northwest, University of Washington, 2015-2017

What inspired you to choose medicine?  I enjoy a career that provides an opportunity to help others while being challenging for me as well.

Why did you choose your specialty? I enjoy the flexibility of being a PA and the broad scope of medical training I received.

What is your philosophy of care? I focus on the patient’s needs and provide an opportunity for them to express their needs and goals for their health and wellbeing.

What do you like about Yakima? I’m an outdoorsman. My wife and I do all things outdoors; hiking, fishing, skiing, golf.

What do you like to do outside of work? I like to stay active. We also attend as many Sounders games as I can.

Previous employment: PA-C at Confluence Health Walk-In Clinic/Urgent Care in Moses Lake. 2017-2019.

Lisa Jones, ARNP

Lisa Jones, ARNP

Education: Master of nursing and bachelor of nursing, Washington State University, 2012.

What inspired you to choose medicine?  I just have a strong desire to help people through their health.

Why did you choose your specialty? I wanted to advance my education in nursing to take a more active role in patient outcomes.

What is your philosophy of care? I like to work with the patient to make the plan of care, get them involved in their own health care.

What do you like about Yakima? I like the weather. I really like it.

What do you like to do outside of work? We like to go camping and hiking, and we enjoy running.

Previous employment: ARNP, MultiCare Covington Urgent Care, Covington, WA., 2014-present. MultiCare Covington Clinic Family PracticeCovington, WA., 2013-2014.

Cynthia Kelley, ARNP

Cynthia Kelley, ARNP

Education: Master of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA, 2014-17. Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Washington State University Intercollegiate College of Nursing.

=What inspired you to choose medicine?  I always liked science and I like helping people and medicine is a good combination of the two.

Why did you choose your specialty? I worked in acute care for 13 years. Although my degree is in family medicine all of my practical knowledge is in acute care.

What is your philosophy of care? Providing care on the patient’s terms and being a partner with them through their journey.

What do you like about Yakima? I grew up here. There’s always something to do. We’re two hours away from the coast, an hour away from the mountains.

What do you like to do outside of work? I like to play with my kids, I have a son and a daughter and we like to go camping. I also like to garden.

Stacie Olson

Stacie Olson

Certification: Family Nurse Practitioner, ARNP

Stacie Olson was inspired to be a nurse by her mother who was also a nurse. She has a strong desire to help other people no matter where they are on their health journey.

Carrie Wise, ARNPP

Carrie Wise, ARNP

Education: Master’s degree in Nursing, Gonzaga University, 2017. Associates in Nursing, New Mexico State University, 1999.

What inspired you to choose medicine?  It chose me. I was working in a laboratory, I developed an interest and I pursued it.

What is your philosophy of care? Prevention, prevention, prevention. Eat well, exercise and take care of your soul.

What do you like about Yakima? I love the diversity of things you can do here, and I love the four seasons.

What do you like to do outside of work? I ride my horses avidly. I also snowshoe, standup paddle, do yoga and camp.