Infusion Therapy Medical Staff
Jilanne Rose, DNP, ANP-C is a board-certified Adult Nurse Practitioner and the resident expert in Intravenous Infusion Therapy and hemodynamic monitoring. One of Jilanne’s main responsibilities is to maintain patients’ physical health while they receive infusion therapy. She graduated from Northern Arizona University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in 1996 and went on to earn her Master’s Degree in Nursing from Vanderbilt University in 2004, as well as her Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree in 2017. She is highly regarded by patients and providers who seek her out because of her expertise and she is dedicated to helping patients achieve a healthy and happy life.
What her co-workers are saying, “Jilanne is an extremely compassionate and genuine person who cares for each of her patients individually. Patients meeting her for the first time are immediately comfortable with her care from the beginning. Jilanne has incredible knowledge in a variety of different specialties and shares her knowledge with her patients to answer any of their questions.”
Shannon L. McGrath
Shannon is a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner and brings to our practice a unique understanding and expertise including Peripartum (Postpartum) Depression and Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD). Shannon is a Board Certified Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner. We are truly blessed to have her available to work with AKTARI!
What her peers have to say, “Shannon is the most hardworking individual that I have had the pleasure of working with. She is always very flexible and willing to do what is best for her patients and the practice. Shannon is a wealth of knowledge and a joy to know.”
Kristina E. Bauer
Kristina is a highly skilled, board certified Physician Assistant. She received her Bachelor of Science in Cardio-pulmonary Sciences degree from the University of Central Florida. Her love of warm, but less humid, weather brought her to Arizona, where she received her Master of Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies from A.T. Still University, in Mesa. A major responsibility of a physician assistant is to make sure that the patient’s psychological problems are not due to an underlying (hidden) medical condition, such as a brain tumor, hypothyroidism, or toxicity from other medications. In Kristina’s free time, she enjoys hiking, running (she’s run over ten marathons), wake boarding, surfing, and snowboarding. Kristina loves to spend weekends with her husband on the boat or watching football if they aren’t traveling.
What her peers have to say, “Kristina is extremely helpful to her patients with a variety of issues. Despite having a busy schedule, she is almost always able to schedule an appointment within a few hours of patients calling and responds to patients email or phone questions in between appointments. I’ve worked and personally visited many providers in my life and it’s rare to have one as knowledgeable, accommodating, and concerned as Kristina.”
Amanda is a Registered Nurse that has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the medical and research field. Prior to graduating nursing school with high distinction in 2011 where she also minored in biological sciences, she was nationally certified and registered as an Emergency Medication Technician. As a Registered Nurse she has worked in a variety of specialties including neurological, acute trauma/surgical care and fertility treatment. Amanda is a true cowgirl at heart always looking to ride her beautiful horses in her free time.
What her peers have to say, “Amanda has a calm, compassionate demeanor. She exudes competence and is able to convey that competence to staff and patients alike. She also is able to express herself very well and this is passed on to our patients.”