Natalie Nedeau, APRN, FNP-C
Natalie Nedeau is a native “Yooper” born and raised in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. She moved to the beautiful Temecula Valley during the summer of 2020. Natalie received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Northern Michigan University in 2011. After several years working as a registered nurse in the ICU setting, she pursued her Master of Science in Nursing with a Family Nurse Practitioner designation from Georgetown University in 2017.
She has completed additional training in both integrative and functional medicine through Dr. Andrew Weil’s Integrative Medicine Fellowship and the Institute of Functional Medicine. She is also a certified yoga instructor for both children and adults.
Natalie provides an integrative approach to care that accounts for the whole person and emphasizes the importance of health and healing. She is extremely passionate about being an educator of health and enjoys spending time discussing topics of nutrition, exercise, and mind-body interventions. As a family nurse practitioner, it is her mission to assist in building a strong and healthy community by helping to plant the seeds of positive habits that begin at a young age and continue throughout an individual’s lifespan.
Outside of the clinic, Natalie enjoys embracing the healing power of nature, by rock climbing, biking, paddle boarding, skiing, or camping with her family. She is also a professor for Georgetown University’s FNP program and passionate about teaching future clinicians.