Jocelyn Bunker, FNP-C is a board-certified nurse practitioner specializing in cardiology. After graduating from high school in Frankfurt, Germany, she completed her first bachelor’s degree in graphic design with a minor in art history at Brigham Young University. She also met and married her husband at BYU, who relocated her to Bunkerville, Nevada in 1993 where they run their century old family farm. While raising her four children, Jocelyn became passionate about health and wellness. This passion led her to back into the college classroom to obtain a second bachelor’s degree in nursing and then went on to complete a family nurse practitioner program at Eastern Kentucky University.
Before joining Revere Health, Jocelyn worked in several diverse areas of the medical field, including medical oncology, IV therapy, wound care, and most recently in the ICU. Jocelyn’s background in intensive care fueled her fascination for cardiology. She enjoys the complexity of this field and emphasizes the significance of optimized cardiovascular health in a person’s wellness plan. Jocelyn loves to educate and share her passion for health and wellness as she guides others to attain their wellness goals and be their healthiest selves.
Outside of the clinic, Jocelyn loves spending time with her family. She also loves laughing with her sisters, taking road trips anywhere in her convertible, going mountain biking, spending time in the mountains, hammocking, reading, going to the movies, eating ethnic foods, listening to music, and planning her next trip abroad.
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