Kim Wahmhoff received her bachelor’s of science in nursing degree from Hope College and her master’s Family Nurse Practitioner degree with a certificate in nursing education from the University of Michigan. Kim began her nursing career in international community health in Central America, followed by internal medicine and the pediatric ICU at the University of Michigan Health System. She is passionate about providing evidence-based care to her patients across the lifespan. Kim strives to empower her patients to achieve their highest level of health through partnership and education.
Kim and her husband are parishioners at Our Lady of Sorrows Parish in Farmington Hills, and they have one son. She has participated in international service and educational trips, and is beginning a Newlyweds’ Group at her parish. Kim enjoys traveling, outdoor activities, exercise, cooking, and dancing. She is also proficient in Spanish and is excited to be a part of Emmaus Health.
Health promotion and disease prevention across the lifespan, women’s health, mental health, cross-cultural care
Family Nurse Practitioner, American Association of Nurse Practitioners