Emma Oswald, DNP, ARNP
"I believe the best care occurs when patients know that they are being heard and that their concerns, stories, and goals are respected."
I am committed to providing evidence-based, patient-centered care in partnership with my patients. I am focused on holistic care: caring for each individual in all aspects of health and ability, including psychological state, physical health, stress, nutrition, the environment at home, work, or school, personal goals, safety, and interpersonal relationships - as all of these are interconnected. I believe the best care occurs when patients know that they are being heard and that their concerns, stories, and goals are respected.
In my undergraduate studies, I took courses in neuroscience and psychology and I couldn't get enough. I love learning about human behavior, thought patterns, neurobiology, and the connection between mind and body.
As a former competitive athlete, I balanced full-time athletic training with my university studies and experienced the mental adjustment from leaving my sport to focusing solely on my education and career. This transition led me to a passion for working with individuals experiencing all types of life transitions.
Spending time with family and friends, enjoying nature and the beautiful Pacific NW, finding the best Dim Sum and Korean barbeque restaurants in the greater Seattle area.
Why The Everett Clinic?
The Everett Clinic believes in treating the whole you, which means treating the patient in an integrated care model, using a multi-disciplinary approach. I immediately was attracted to the team environment of the clinic, which uses open communication between providers and clinicians to collaborate with each other and the patient to meet health goals.