Rhea Teasley-Bennett, NP-C
Rhea Teasley-Bennett grew up in Longmont, graduating from Skyline High School in 2001. Rhea received a BA in Integrated Science/Biology from the University of Denver. After graduation Rhea went on to complete her Associates in Nursing from Front Range Community College where she went on to practice as an RN in several skilled nursing facilities. Rhea went on to complete her BS in Nursing as well as her Masters in Nursing with focus on Family Nurse Practitioner from Walden University. Rhea has worked in several areas of nursing including: long-term care, telemetry, orthopedics, neurology, oncology and in the last five years prior to starting at Hinman Family Practice worked in the emergency department as an RN. Rhea joined our practice in December 2018.
I chose to become a family practice nurse practitioner because I feel that it is an environment where I can better get to know my patients and their individual needs. I enjoy conversing with patients and making them feel comfortable in the health care setting. I feel that it is important for patients to take ownership and have a good understanding of not only their health but of the options available to them. I believe that each patient is individual and appreciate that at Hinman Family Practice, patients are not a number, but rather cared for as if they were family. Through a mix of traditional and alternative medicine recommendations, I strive to educate and empower my patients to feel in control of their health, while feeling like they have a group of providers supporting them.