Oswego Health’s brand-new primary care practice, Lakeview Primary Care, recently welcomed experienced family nurse practitioner Nathaniel Farden.
Licensed in 2010 as a registered nurse, Farden earned his nursing degree in 2012 from Western University. Farden joined Oswego Health as a registered nurse in the emergency department in 2015, then later transitioned as a utilization registered nurse in case management in 2016 while continuing his schooling. In 2019, Farden received licensure as a family nurse practitioner and worked per diem with the Oswego Health hospitalist team as an nurse practitioner.
“By regularly seeing a primary care practitioner, you can identify and control health risk factors before they become problems,” said medical director for Lakeview Primary Care, physician Micheal Stephens, who also serves as associate chief medical officer for Oswego Health. “As we look to provide more access to care in Oswego County, we are fortunate to have experienced providers such as Nathaniel here ready to care for our community,”