Whitney Hall, NP-C

Family Medicine

Whitney is an AANP certified nurse practitioner. Whitney graduated in 2016 from Gonzaga University with her Master’s degree, and she received her BSN from Lewis-Clark State College in 2009. Whitney was born and raised in Kellogg, ID. While attending college, she worked as a wildland firefighter for the State of Idaho and US Forest Service, traveling throughout the western US on large fire assignments serving on hand, engine and helicopter crews.

Whitney has a wide range of nursing experience, having worked in a wide range of specialties such as obstetrics, pediatrics, critical care, PACU and emergency care. A majority of Whitney’s experience was spent in critical access emergency rooms with a staff of one doctor, one nurse and one CNA.

Whitney’s approach to primary care is centered around the patient’s lifestyle and achievable goals. Whitney’s approach also includes educating patients about various treatment options to their ailments as well as empowering them to make the best decision for their health employing a holistic medical management model. She provides these services to all patients 2 (two) years and older in the local area.

In her free time, Whitney enjoys riding horses, playing recreational volleyball and gardening.

Family Medicine


Lewis-Clark State College


American Academy of Nurse Practitioners