Jordan Stevens won her first contest when she was just 3 years old. It was a coloring contest and ever since she excelled in many facets of her life. During college, Jordan remained on the High Honor roll and obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and her Master of Science of Nursing in 2015. While pursuing her academic achievements Jordan also hiked through the Himalayan Mountain in Nepal while completing humanitarian work for the JRM Foundation. She knows a little bit of German and was once voted for Best Hair in high school.
Jordan brings her diligent and persistent personality into the clinic – and it shows. Her patients continually rave about her ability to remain hyper-focused on the ailment that’s currently burdening them and her efficiency in diagnosing and prescribing a personalized treatment plan. Jordan understands that illness and injury can oftentimes be obscure, but she loves to follow the clues, review patient history and personally asses their symptoms to determine what needs to be done. Her sense of purpose is fulfilled when patients return feeling better and happier with her help.
Beyond her degrees, Jordan has certifications in Fit & Fall Proof exercise training, Advance Cardiovascular Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life Support. When she’s out of the office, she loves to spend time with her two boys and husband. They enjoy all of the summer outdoor activities, including traveling, hiking, camping, eating marshmallows, watching the Price is Right or enjoying some seafood.
Jordan grew up in Bancroft, Idaho but has enjoyed moving to a lot of different places around the country including Vegas, Washington, and all over Idaho. She’s stayed in Pocatello because of her connection to the Idaho State University Nursing School and family. She’s been a team member at PCS since 2016 and brings her Rockstar attitude each and every day to each and every patient.
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