Jenna Grimm, WHNPWomen’s Health Nurse Practitioner
“Interesting fact about myself: I was actually born in a home-not a hospital. Perhaps appropriately, I never considered having a home birth, yet I barely made it to the hospital before my daughter was born in 2014. My desire to become a women’s health nurse practitioner came from my mother. She was always a strong supporter of women’s rights and access to quality health care. In continuing the tradition set forth by her, I hope to provide an open and safe place for patients to discuss all of their concerns.”
Jenna Grimm, our Certified Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, received her Bachelor of science in Chemistry from the University of Northern Iowa in 2003 and a Master of Science in Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin – Madison in 2005. After working for three years researching new antibiotic therapies at a major pharmaceutical company, Jenna returned to graduate school at Boston College and received a Master of Science in Nursing, specializing in women’s health. She resides in Loudon County with her husband and daughter. Her medical interests include preventative care for women, with a particular interest in adolescent gynecology, family planning, and menopause.