APRN, MSN, FNP-BC
APRN, MSN, FNP-BC
Susan Attel is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner.
Her compass has always steered her to encourage individuals and families to thrive, and is passionate to support the next generation to live healthy, balanced lives.
120 min Extended New Client Intake: $400
90 min New Client Intake: $300
90 min Follow-up: $250
60 min Follow-up: $200
30 min Follow-up: $150
Degrees, Certifications, Training
Susan Attel is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. Although she studied music therapy at Florida State University for 3 years, she ultimately felt the pull deeper into healthcare, and received her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Baylor University in 1999. After a few years working at Parkland Hospital in neurology and epilepsy outreach, a more independent practice called; she obtained a Master of Science in Nursing at the University of Texas in Arlington in 2003, followed by certification as a family nurse practitioner by the ANCC. She spent 5 years at an integrative family medicine practice before returning to Parkland at an outpatient women’s health practice where she has been since 2009.
Passionate about holistic women’s health, the background of the integrative family practice has stayed with her through her years at Parkland, and she has grown more interested in the impact of health to fulfill one’s whole life. Through personal and family health challenges, she chose to pursue functional medicine to learn more a whole systems approach to women’s and children’s health. To have one’s spirit, mind, body, and history integrated in an evidence-based science approach to whole healing is intuitive, yet rare. Her compass has always steered her to encourage individuals and families to thrive, and she is passionate to support the next generation to live healthy, balanced lives through integrative, functional health practices.
MY PERSONAL STORY
I have been in a humor-enriched marriage since 2005 and have two delight-filled children and a German shorthair pointer to complete the family. Whether I am volunteering at the kids’ school, church, or the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation I have always enjoyed building relationships and promoting whole health. I enjoy playing and singing in my low-key church band, hiking, cooking, and navigating the miraculous – & at times tedious- development of my kids, and thus my family.