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About

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Christina Scribner, APRN, CNM, IBCLC, MSN, Owner

Christina knew from an early age that a calling in the medical field was in her future. Originally thinking of becoming a surgeon, she went off to college to pursue her dreams. Just like most of us, other plans were in the works, and she soon fell in love with her husband to be (14 years and counting!).

While in nursing school, Christina was instantly drawn to care for women and newborns and was introduced to midwifery. Pursuing her dream of beginning a home birth practice meant a Masters of Science in Nursing with a focus in Nurse-Midwifery from Frontier Nursing University. She stands out to her clients as compassionate, knowledgeable, and approachable. A listening ear and an open heart enable her to give personalized care in a family friendly atmosphere.

Christina makes her home in Lincoln county with the the love of her life, her daughters, parents, a dog, hamster, two roosters and a flock of hens. When not midwifing local families, you can find her at home with her family – home birthing, home schooling, and home growing. In her free time she loves to read, drink coffee, play the piano and procrastinate housework as often as possible.

Jamin Scribner, APRN, FNP-C, MSN, Owner

Jamin spent his time in college pursuing a dual degree in history and sociology, as well as Christina. His postgraduate studies included working towards a seminary degree for several years before his compassionate and holistic outlook led him to a career in nursing. He worked as a pediatric nurse while attaining his Masters of Science in Nursing from the University of Kentucky.

He brings the perspective of a family nurse practitioner to the practice which adds to the comprehensive level of care available through Copper Creek. He enjoys helping people to not simply maintain their current level of health but to improve their overall wellness. Jamin see clients of all ages and has extensive experience treating acute and chronic health concerns, both inpatient and outpatient.

When not caring for patients, you can find him enjoying a cup of French press coffee with his wife, a good story with his daughters, and expanding his farming dreams with his in-laws. He recently attended lambing school and looks forward to starting his own mid-ewe-ry practice at Twelve Stones Farm.

Many thanks to our dear friend and client, April Ann, for writing the biographies!
Warmly, Jamin & Christina