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Family Nurse Practitioner F.N.P.

Nurse practitioners are independent health care providers who have advanced degrees which allow them to diagnose, treat, and prescribe. Our NPs can serve as a patient's primary health care provider and treat patients of all ages.

NPs have completed an accredited graduate-level education program and passed a national certification examination. In the course of their training, NPs acquire advanced clinical knowledge and skills which prepare him/her to provide direct care to patients. The core philosophy of the nurse practitioner practice is based on individualized care focused on the patient’s condition(s) as well as the effect(s) of illness on the lives of the patient and their family. NPs provide holistic and preventive care engaging the individual as the primary leader in their own care and well-being.

The Nurse Practitioners at Flagstaff Family Care Clinic:

  • Provide primary care for the entire family which includes well-child care, including screening and immunizations, and health maintenance care for adults, including annual physical exams

  • Diagnose, treat, evaluate, and manage acute and chronic illness and disease (e.g. diabetes, high blood pressure)

  • Prescribe drugs for acute and chronic illness

  • Order, perform, and interpret diagnostic studies (e.g., routine lab tests, bone x-rays, EKGs)

  • Prescribe physical therapy and other rehabilitation treatments

  • Perform minor surgeries and procedures (e.g. dermatological biopsies, suturing, incision and drainage)

  • Counsel and educate patients and families on health behaviors, self-care skills, and treatment options

For appointments or questions please call 928-527-4325

Flagstaff Family Care Clinic Nurse Practitioners - Sedona Location

Michele Peters, FNP

Michele Peters FNP, graduated from University of Phoenix with a Master of Science degree in Nursing and Family Nurse Practitioner and undergraduate Magna Cum Laude with Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Grand Canyon University. She held positions as adjunct professor at Grand Canyon University in the Family Nurse Practitioner Program and Pharmacology. Michele’s nursing career includes Barrow Neurological Institute and Mayo Clinic. For the past 15 years she has been in independent practice as a family practice nurse practitioner in primary care, with a focus on adult and pediatric neurology. Additionally, she is certified in Vegas Nerve Stimulator and Deep Brain Stimulator adjustments and manages neurological conditions such as: Multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease, Seizure Disorder, Dementia, Headaches, Neuropathy, Tremors etc.

Sunghoon Kim FNP


Sunghoon Kim FNP, is originally from South Korea and moved to the US in 2013. From South Korea, Kim received a BA in English Education. After moving to the US, he received his BSN from the University of Oklahoma, OK. Kim went on to work in the surgical trauma ICU in Kansas and completed his MSN FNP in Cedarville University, OH. Sunghoon Kim values the significance of preventive medicine and wants to contribute to keeping the community healthy and increasing the well-being of the community. He loves spending time with his family and hiking in the outdoors.

Nicole Goodwin FNP


Nicole Goodwin FNP, is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She earned her master's degree from the University of Pennsylvania in December 2019 in Philadelphia, PA. She graduated with her undergraduate degree in nursing from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff in 2012. Nicole worked as an Emergency Department RN in Phoenix, Arizona and then as a travel nurse in Maryland, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, and California serving suburban, urban, rural, and critical access communities. As a Nurse Practitioner, she has been working in rehabilitation medicine and primary care at a skilled nursing facility where she has gained experience in post-operative management and geriatric medicine. Seeing the overuse of emergency departments all over the country has ignited a passion for Nicole to encourage and educate patients about holistic care and preventative medicine. She looks forward to forming meaningful relationships with her patients and allowing them a safe space to express their concerns and ask questions. In her free time, Nicole enjoys hiking, photography, and painting. Her primary passion is traveling the world and having adventures in new places. She is excited to be back in Flagstaff after her time away and join the Apricus team at Flagstaff Family Care.