Terrance James, FNP
I believe everyone has a right to quality liver care.
Terrance James, FNP was a returned Peace Corps Volunteer when he got the health care bug. He attended Johns Hopkins University for his nursing training as a Peace Corps Fellow. While there he was granted a full scholarship through the National Health Service. After graduation he worked in Klamath County and served the community for 4 years. His last work was with Multnomah County Health Department at the Refugee Health Center at Mid-County and then at the North East Health Center.
In his free time Mr. James enjoys fermentation, Portland Timbers – RCTID, camping, biking, running, swimming, and his family – lovely wife and son.
- MSN, Family and Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 2007
- BSN, Nursing with Honors, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 2005
- Sigma Theta Tau, National Nursing Honors Society 2005 to Present
- Peace Corps Fellow
- National Health Service Corps Scholar