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Tracey Thomas, RN Injector

Tracey loves direct one-on-one care, and she has a very caring and artistic approach with her patients. Tracey has focused on functional medicine throughout much of her career, with a strong emphasis on natural and nutritional healing. As nature sometimes requires a little help now and then, Tracey has likewise become very skilled and knowledgeable with the best and most advanced aesthetic treatments currently available for her patients, especially for those who prefer a more natural and youthful appearance. You can see this approach in Tracey’s own appearance, especially as one might not guess that the current photo above is Tracey now at nearly 55-years-old. Therefore, she is ideally gifted and well suited in helping patients of all ages achieve a more natural and youthful appearance. 


Finally, Tracey attended both Brigham Young University and Weber State University where she was a summa cum laude graduate and the class valedictorian.  Tracey is a member of the Chancellor List, the National Dean’s List, the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, the Golden Key International Honor Society, and the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society, which is an invitation-only international honor society of nurses. Tracey’s post-graduate work includes several national board certifications including national certifications in Professional Healthcare Management (CPHM), InterQual® Care Guidelines Review, InterQual® Certified Instructor (IQCI), Milliman Care Guidelines® Specialist (MCGS), and the National Alliance of Certified Legal Nurse Consultants (CLNC).  As part of her professional roles, Tracey also currently serves as a health care administrator and nursing standard of care review expert. Tracey’s professional career has likewise included a wide range of adult and pediatric patient care settings and populations within both major regional medical centers and critical access facilities, which have also included acute, intermediate and intensive care unit settings. As one of the highlights of her career, Tracey was awarded the “Lifetime Service Achievement Award” by the Utah Nurses Association, and she was further honored as a Utah member of the American Diabetes Association Chapter of the Year.

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