Ranjeet was born and raised in Northern India. She moved to the states with her family in 1998 and started her journey in the medical field. Ranjeet earned her Registered Nurse degree at Peninsula College and went to Washington State University for her undergraduate studies and obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Washington State University. Her work experience includes working in the medical/surgical unit for 8 years and then Intensive Care Unit for 7 years at Olympic Medical Center (OMC) in Port Angeles. Following her passion for advanced patient care, she pursued her MSN, specializing in Family Nurse Practitioner Studies from Gonzaga University while continuing working at OMC. Whether addressing acute illnesses, managing chronic conditions, or promoting preventive health measures, she strives to empower patients to actively participate in their own healthcare journey. She chose to come to JFHC because we share the same commitment of providing holistic, quality, comprehensive, passionate, and patient-centered care. She enjoys reading, cooking, hiking, and is deeply passionate about crossfit. 

Kristin is originally from Port Angeles, went off to college in Bellingham and then worked and went back to school in Seattle at UW. Came back to the Peninsula for her residency, stuck around afterwards, and am planning to stay. She came to JFHC because she is really looking forward to working with the different programs that Jamestown offers to support the community. Kristin’s areas of clinical passion are mental health care and care for the LGBTQIA+ community—She thinks it’s so rewarding to work with people who often struggle with the medical system, and to do it in a supportive environment. During her time off, she loves to bake, read, and spend time with her dogs.

“Jerry is a Port Angeles native graduating from PAHS and the U of W. After schooling Jerry returned to Port Angeles in 2005 and has been a part of the NOP medical community ever since, joining JFHC in 2019. Putting the patient first while providing quality evidence based primary care is his goal. He’s joining JFHC because of the friendly staff and focus on Primary Care which he sees as the most challenging but also most important and most rewarding specialty in medicine. Outside of work Jerry enjoys spending time with his family in the outdoors or taking in a show arranged by his wife Kayla. If you have questions about skiing or snowboarding at Hurricane Ridge Jerry is active in running the lifts during the winter months.”

Maia has been working as a PA-C in primary care in this community for over 8 years. She received a master’s degree in medicine from the University of New England. She chose this organization because she’s committed to providing quality, compassionate care and believes Jamestown exhibits those values. When she’s not at work she’s playing on her mini farm with her alpacas, ducks, husband and young son.

Pamela received her Master of Science in Nursing degree at West Texas A&M University in 1997. She is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. As a Nurse Practitioner she has worked in Family Practice, Cardiology and as a lecturer at the University of Wyoming FNP program. She enjoys precepting FNP students. As a Registered nurse, she worked in a Coronary Care Unit and home health. Her practice is focused on primary care for all ages, with an emphasis on health promotion and disease prevention. She also provides care for acute and chronic disease processes. In her spare time, she enjoys running and participating in various local road races. She and her husband enjoy the PNW and spending time with their college-age twins when time allows!