Lori Bruehler, FNP-BC
Lori believes that healthcare should be patient-centered and patient-driven. She enjoys educating and supporting patients on their personal journey to health.
She brings 20 years of military experience to her role with Crossover—she taught nursing school, developed and led others, and participated in several medical missions to Mexico and Guatemala. She is an Air Force Brat who moved to San Antonio during high school. After Lori completed her initial nursing training she joined the Navy and over the course of her career lived in Japan, California, Hawaii, Maryland, and Spain.
Now that Lori is settled back in San Antonio near family, she enjoys spending her free time with her husband Scott and her three adult children. She likes to cook, travel, and play pickleball as often as possible.
- BSN, University of San Diego
- MSN, University of San Diego
- Member, Sigma Theta Tau (Nursing Honors Society)
What makes me unique:
I have a very dry sense of humor and love a good laugh. I am compassionate and want to help people in any way that I can. I am a good listener and easy to get to know.
Why do I practice healthcare:
I work in healthcare to be a positive influence on others. I am a life-long learner and want to use my knowledge to help others improve their health. I love working at Crossover because we support a holistic approach to healthcare. I think in this day and age that is key.