Courtney Rheins, MSN, AGNP-C, APNP will move her practice to Door County Medical Center’s Sister Bay Clinic upon opening in Spring of 2023.
Courtney has been a Nurse Practitioner in the Internal Medicine Department at Door County Medical Center since February of 2022. As of January 4, she began seeing patients in the Fish Creek clinic as a means to build her Northern Door practice prior to the clinic moving to the new Sister Bay location.
To the patients Courtney treats in Sturgeon Bay she says, “I want to thank you for entrusting your health care to me and would be thrilled to continue to see you at our Sister Bay clinic. That said, I do understand if you would prefer to stay at the Internal Medicine clinic in Sturgeon Bay and would encourage you to establish care with one of our other amazing providers. I have been so fortunate to work alongside some wonderful clinicians in the Internal Medicine department and know you will be in good hands.”
If you are interested in establishing care with Courtney at the Sister Bay location, you can learn more about Courtney and schedule an appointment at www.dcmedical.org/find-a-doctor/profile?itemid=64.
Courtney is from Virginia Beach, VA and earned her Master of Science in Nursing from Johns Hopkins University. She also earned her post-Master’s Certificate in Adult-Gerontology Primary Care from Drexel University. In her free time she enjoys trail running, walking her dog, and mountain biking.
Courtney is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
The Door County Medical Center Sister Bay Clinic is on schedule to open in Spring of 2023. You can follow along with construction updates online at www.dcmedical.org/sister-bay-construction-update.