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Cecelia A. Tramburg, FNP

4.7 out of 5 (75 Ratings) How The Ratings Are Compiled
  • St. John’s Medical Center Provider

St. John's Family Health and Urgent Care
1415 South Highway 89
PO Box 428

Jackson, WY 83001-8515
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  • About

    Provider Information

    Cecelia (Cece) Tramburg grew up in Madison, Wisconsin. She received her
    bachelor’s degree in nursing at the University of Wisconsin and
    her doctorate in nursing practice in 2013 from the University of Utah.


    As an advanced practice family nurse practitioner, her mission is to provide
    compassionate, culturally competent, and high quality comprehensive healthcare
    for patients and their families throughout their lives.


    Cece enjoys spending time in the mountains skiing, mountain biking, fly
    fishing, and backpacking. She also enjoys knitting and playing with her
    black Labrador retriever, Lulu.

  • Experience

    Education

    University of Utah - Graduate School - Doctorate of Nursing Practice, Family Nurse Practitioner

    Other Certifications

    American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Program; Certification in Family Medicine obtained June 2013
  • Comments

    Comments

    1-Jul-2019
    We are from San Diego but would recommend facility others.
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    9-Apr-2019
    will definitely recommend & return!
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    9-Apr-2019
    My injury wasn't severe so the explanation was simple.
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    13-Mar-2019
    Actual medical care good. Gatekeeping (denying an appointment in favor of asking me to walk in) to get in to see the physician was frustrating
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    16-Feb-2019
    Although I felt cared for, I felt as though there were so many possibilities for my diagnosis thrown at me at once, that I had a hard time understanding what I was being treated for until Christine listened to my concerns on 2/8/19. I mentioned to the care provider multiple times that I was feeling anxious (because I have panic disorder)about all the possibilities she was mentioning, but I didn't feel reassured of what the diagnosis was until speaking with the nurse on 02/08/19. I should mention that the care provider was answering questions for me (through the nurse) that evening but couldn't see me in the exam room because a difficult case came in to the clinic. Totally understandable.
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