Kate Eskuri, DNP
DNP Doctorate of Nursing Practice (University of Minnesota, 2018-2021): Anderson Family Scholar (2019), Brinker Scholar (2018), Field Scholar (2018), and Marilyn A. Sime scholar (2018 and 2019)
Bachelors of Science in Nursing (University of Minnesota, 2012-2016): Honors Presidential Scholar, Alworth Scholar, Graduated with distinction (cum laude Latin honors), Captain of University of Minnesota Cross Country Team, recipient of conference-wide "Sportsmanship Award", Recipient of "Blue Collar: Hardest Worker" Award (in both 2014 and 2016), Student-Athlete Gold Scholar Award
Kate Eskuri obtained her doctorate of nursing practice (DNP) from the University of Minnesota in 2021 with a focus in integrative health and healing. Kate currently works in a health coaching capacity with patients from a variety of backgrounds, ages, pathophysiologies, and diagnoses. She believes in approaching each patient as a unique individual and collaborating to form an individualized plan that fits their specific health goals.
Kate is passionate about making wellbeing affordable and approachable by focusing on incremental, accessible changes that can lead to big impact. Clinical interests include health coaching, online education, motivational interviewing, group visit models of care, whole food nutrition, stress management, resiliency, physical activity, meditation, and nature-based therapies.