Angelia Lomu, FNP-C
I started my career our as a Certified Nurses Assistant in 2001. I worked for several years and then decided that I wanted to be able to do more for my patients, so I went to nursing school. I first obtained my Associates of Science in Nursing from Casper College in 2009. I then finished my Bachelors of Science in Nursing at the University of Wyoming in 2014. In February of 2018 I graduated with my Masters of Science in Nursing with a focus in Family Nurse Practitioner from Chamberlain University.
I have worked in many different aspect throughout my career that range from long term care, acute care, charge nurse, office staff and nursing management.
In August of 2018, I was presented with an opportunity to create and run my own business that would allow for other companies to send their employees to one place for drug/alcohol testing, functional testing and physical assessments. After a lot of thought and consideration, I turned to my husband and asked what his thoughts were. He simply said, "High risk, high reward!" So, I went for it. I am hoping that by adding my services to an already established facility that incorporates two other great businesses, we will be able to provide the services that are required by many great companies for their employees. After about 6 months I decided that I wanted to help the community I live in out more by providing primary care services. As of April 1, 2019 I started taking primary care patients in hopes that I can help my patients better care for themselves by providing care in a dynamic way.