Kristin Dabbieri, AGNP-CNurse Practitioner
“Our vision is to provide comprehensive healthcare to our patients in an environment that seeks to support the innate beauty, spirituality and healing ability within all of us. Our commitment to our patients is:
To merge state of the art medical technology with natural approaches to maintain and improve health.
To work with each individual as a partner in their healthcare.
To be kind, respectful and supportive.
We are committed to providing the best care possible to our patients. We view each patient as part of our extended family. We always have someone answering the phone and no matter how busy we are, you will find a caring voice concerned about your healthcare issues. We view healthcare as a partnership with our patients. We work with our patients to educate them on their healthcare conditions, mitigating factors and solutions. In addition to treating disease, we are committed to providing our patients with lifestyle strategies that have been documented to improve health and prevent disease.”
- American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
Nurse Practitioner Association of Maryland (2018)
American Association of Nurse Practitioner (2022)
Kristin loves all forms of physical fitness, including running, biking, strength training, boxing, kickboxing, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Kristin is married and loves spending her free time with her two wonderful boys.
Kristin is an AANP certified Nurse Practitioner specializing in Adult-Gerontology Primary Care, completing her Master’s Degree from George Washington University. Kristin believes in preventive medicine, primarily focusing on healthy lifestyle choices with diet and exercise.
Kristin is passionate about sports, fitness, diet, and exercise. She studied Health Promotion/Wellness with an emphasis on personal training and facility management University of Wisconsin Stevens Point. She joined the active Army after graduation. Kristin completed military Army Medic and LPN courses before taking a direct commission to become a Medical Service Corps Officer. Kristin led a ground ambulance platoon in Operation Iraqi Freedom, responsible for transporting wounded military personnel to the next level of care. She then pursued a nursing career after completing her BSN at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. Kristin worked most of her nursing career as a circulator and scrub nurse in the operating room. She did her perioperative operative room internship at Johns Hopkins Bayview. Her clinical experiences include Maryland Primary Care Physicians, GBMC Primary Care, Internal Medicine Private Practice, Gilchrist Hospice Care, and Doctors Community Rehab and Patient Care Center.