Kristy-Lee Reiman, CRNP, of Hellertown, has joined St. Luke’s Caring for Women in Easton.
Reiman had been a labor and delivery nurse at St. Luke’s University Hospital, Bethlehem, for nine years before earning her nurse practitioner certification from DeSales University in Center Valley in 2016.
Reiman will see women and help them with all their OB/GYN needs including annual visits, contraception, pregnancy and menopause.
“I am excited to be able to get to know my patients and their families and develop relationships with them,” Reiman said. Having recently graduated from DeSales, Reiman is also excited to bring the most up-to-date care to the practice.
Reiman said her goal had always been to become a nurse practitioner.
“When I worked in labor and delivery I fell in love with women’s health,” she said.
A native of the Lehigh Valley, Reiman lives with her husband, two young daughters and yellow Labrador retriever in Hellertown.
In her spare time, she enjoys hanging out with friends and family, going to movies and shopping, and spending time at the beach.
Reiman joins Gail E. Burgey, MD, Elizabeth Lamb, MD, Julie Ialeggio, PA-C, Toni Nass, PA-C and Alyssa Stahlnecker, PA-C at St. Luke’s Caring for Women.
For information or to make an appointment at St. Luke’s Caring for Women, call 484-503-7474. New patients are welcome.
Note: This story was contributed by St. Luke’s University Health Network. Its publication is part of a news partnership between Saucon Source and SLUHN.