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Linda Anzalone

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Linda Anzalone
Assistant Professor of Practice

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Linda began her teaching career as an adjunct faculty looking to supplement her private practice as a Women's Health Nurse Practitioner (WHNP) and found that teaching nursing students is wonderfully rewarding. She particularly enjoys witnessing and supporting the professional role development of nurses from their entry into the program to their graduation.

As a WHNP, Linda has worked at a birth center, in a naturopathic medicine clinic and an eating disorder program. She incorporates both natural and allopathic medicine into her practice in order to provide her patients with multiple options. Clinical interests include pelvic floor health and hormone balancing, in particular the intersection of evolving hormones, lifestyle and environmental factors, and mental health.


  • B.A. psychology and women’s studies, Ohio State University, 1993
  • Midwifery apprenticeship, Homebirth Practice of Certified Professional Midwife, Prema Rose, 2000
  • Midwifery internship, Casa de Nacimiento, 2004
  • B.S. Nursing, Linfield College, 2009
  • M.S. Nursing, Women's Health Care Nurse Practitioner, Frontier Nursing University, 2016

Academic interests

  • Pelvic floor health
  • Female endocrinology
  • Professional role development of student nurses