Alexandria Salois, MSN, APRN, AOCNP, BMTCN, joined CenterWells Outer Loop facility in Kentucky. She is a board-certified family nurse practitioner with over 10 years of experience in the healthcare profession beginning with hospital volunteer work. She graduated from Florida State University and the University of Louisville and earned a Master of Science in Nursing Family Nurse Practitioner. Before joining CenterWell in 2022, Mrs. Salois worked as a Blood and Marrow Transplant APRN at the University of Louisville for a little over six years. She also worked as a bedside registered nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Norton Childrens Hospital for nearly four years. Mrs. Salois likes to work with older adults and feels her various roles, though in different modalities, have prepared her to treat patients of all ages. The population might change, but the building blocks of caring for a patient are the same, she remarked. She values working at CenterWell, where she has observed a holistic approach where all barriers a patient might have, not just medical are considered. Mrs. Salois chose to enter the healthcare profession out of a passion for helping others and she enjoys caring for her patients. Her philosophy of care is to treat the patient as a whole and taking the time to listen. You cannot go wrong with communication, stated Mrs. Salois. She believes that the right doctor-patient relationship is a symbiotic one. A wife and mother, in her free time, she loves to go running and is currently working on her doctorate in nursing practice.