Stephanie Wesztergom, FNP-C is a nationally board-certified nurse practitioner with 23 years experience. She started her career as a registered nurse with a passion for minorities and underserved populations while working for Federally Qualified Health Centers. During this time, Stephanie participated in grant projects and migrant outreach programs. Stephanie graduated with honors from the University of Delaware Family Nurse Practitioner Program in 1999. As a family nurse practitioner, she continued to work with underserved populations. Stephanie has expertise in all areas of family practice that includes recognizing and treating a broad scope of mental health issues. She has served as clinical preceptor of FNP students at OHSU, WSU, Wilmington College, as well as Texas A&M. Stephanie and her husband of 30 years have four adult children and seven grandchildren. She and her husband enjoy being outdoors fishing, crabbing, and enjoying the beach. Stephanie’s hobbies include woodworking and DIY home renovations.
Mental health problems don’t define who you are. They are something you experience. You walk in the rain and you feel the rain, but, importantly, YOU ARE NOT THE RAIN. — Matt Haig