Meghan Kunz was born and raised in Cache Valley. She knew from a very young age that she wanted to work in the healthcare field as she heard her great grandmother talk about nursing stories from many years ago. That fueled her passion to pursue the nursing field.
After becoming a nurse, she found great solace working in the Cache County Jail where she began to form her love for mental health. After working with the Cache County Sheriffs Department for nearly 12 years she obtained her Masters of Science in Nursing specializing as a Primary Health Nurse Practitioner – Board Certified.
Meghan considers herself passionate about substance and mental health services and strives to help those who are struggling.
Meghan believes in a conservative medication approach, ensuring that treatment encompasses a holistic approach. Meghan believes in collaborating with parents, family, and other mental health professionals to bring a team of support and care to her patients. Her goal is to restore feelings of stability and well being by working with each patient to develop a specialized plan of care.
Meghan, her husband, and two children live in the valley along with numerous animals. She has two cats, a sphynx cat (that occasionally joins her in the office), a dog, and a hedgehog.