Assistant Professor - Nursing
Meredith Krutar, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC, NFPMC
Assistant Professor, earned her Master’s Degree in Nursing at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia. She is board certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner in primary care with an emphasis and love of pediatrics and women's health. Her current clinical focus is on utilizing telemedicine to provide increased access to women’s healthcare to patients across the state of Montana. Meredith’s specialty is on fertility awareness, the Creighton Model of Natural Family Planning, and NaProtechnology.
Other interests include playing tennis, cross-country skiing, enjoying the beautiful outdoors of Montana, and most importantly, spending time with her husband Eric and their six children.
Courses taught: Care of the Childbearing Family, Capstone Clinical, and Fertility Awareness.