Kimberly Bean, FNP-C, a board-certified family nurse practitioner, has joined Beaufort Memorial Bluffton Primary Care and its team of providers, thus increasing access to primary care for residents south of the Broad River.
Bean holds a Master of Science degree in nursing from the Clemson University School of Nursing and a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from the University of South Carolina College of Nursing.
Since relocating to the Lowcountry in 2017, she has served as a nurse practitioner in a family medicine practice and with hospice and long-term care agencies.
Previously, the New Jersey native was employed at Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System, where she managed patient treatment in the facility’s wound care center and on its inpatient orthopaedic unit, and in the internal medicine department of Medical Group of the Carolinas, also in Spartanburg.
Bean joins board-certified family medicine specialists Dr. Roger Ulrich and Dr. Rhonda Wallace and board-certified internists Dr. Johnna Stevens and Dr. Robert Webb. The practice provides a full range of general adult outpatient medical care with an emphasis on wellness, chronic disease management, and prevention.
The practice is located in the Beaufort Memorial Okatie Medical Pavilion, 122 Okatie Center Blvd. North, Suite 310, in Okatie.
To schedule an appointment with Bean or any of the practice’s providers, call 843-706-8690.