Brenda Harding, FNP-C - is certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, she has 20 plus years of experience in critical care and family practice.  She graduated from University of Phoenix with her master’s degree in family practice. 

Brenda is a Colorado native, she is married with four active boys, all Eagle Scouts. On her “off” time she enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, camping, and is always seeking adventures.


Our Nurse Practitioner's

Laurie Bell, FNP-C -  More than twenty years ago Laurie followed her calling and stepped into the career of nursing. Having spent the last thirteen years in the intensive care setting, caring for patients during the worst moments of their lives, she aims to incorporate these experiences into practice for health promotion, disease prevention and management. She has a focus on providing holistic, patient-centered care that is structured by evidenced-based practice. She prides herself in the development of patient-provider relationships that garner comfort and trust, provide education, meet the patient’s complex needs and ensure they consider themselves an intricate part of the health care team.

Laurie is a recent graduate from Grand Canyon University, where she obtained her Master of Science Nursing - Family Nurse practitioner and is certified through the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. She is an Arizona native, has two adult children and house full of furbabies. In her downtime she enjoys macro photography, working in her yard and traveling to new places.


“I aspire to be a part of something bigger than myself and believe we should give back not only to the community that we serve but to our profession that has enabled us to make a difference in the lives of so many”

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Bonnie Gehrke, FNP-C  - graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2011. Bonnie’s career as an RN began working in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) where she practiced for many years. Later she was hired on at Phoenix Children’s hospital as a clinical supervisor in the Liver and renal Transplant floor as well as a 10 bed epilepsy unit and has cared for many children and young adults from birth to 21 years of age with a diverse spectrum of illness and Disease.

In 2017, Bonnie graduated from GCU with her Masters of Science specializing as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Bonnie enjoys spending time with her family, helping her husband restore muscle cars and off road vehicles, and working out. Bonnie States Her clinical practice is to treat not only the individual patient’s that she sees every day, but also the community as a whole through encouraging others to lead a healthy lifestyle. As a Nurse Practitioner, my goal is to provide the necessary preventive education, and help to refocus our entire system away from the sick-based model to one that encourages disease prevention and health promotion.