SUN LIFE WELCOMES NEW NURSE PRACTITIONER TO SAN MANUEL

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San Manuel, AZ – Sun Life Family Health Center welcomes Nora Saul, FNP-C to the organization’s provider team, at their San Manuel Office located at 23 McNab Parkway.

Saul earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Public Administration in 1983 from the University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. In 2012, she received her Masters of Science degree in Nursing – Family Nurse Practitioner from The University of Phoenix, Tucson, Arizona.

Saul is a board certified Nurse Practitioner, and is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. “I am very excited to join Sun Life and serve the San Manuel community,” she said. “I was made to feel at home right from the start and will strive to provide excellent care. I like getting to know my patients and will work with them as individuals to improve their health.”

Saul recently joined Sun Life Family Health Center and welcomes patients of all ages.

Born in Ellensburg, Washington, Mrs. Saul moved to Arizona in 1962. She is married, and has two children. Mrs. Saul enjoys spending time with her family, and her hobbies include antiques and photography.

Sun Life Family Health Center is Pinal County’s largest primary care provider, with Family Practice offices in Casa Grande, Eloy, Coolidge, Maricopa, Oracle and San Manuel. The San Manuel Family Practice also offers in-house Laboratory, Radiology and Pharmacy services. Behavioral Health services are available at the San Manual office.

To learn more about Nora Saul, FNP-C or Sun Life, visit www.sunlifefamilyhealth.org.

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