Caitlin Bruce, FNP-BC
Caitlin Bruce strives to nurture a strong connection with her patients by building a foundation of honesty, integrity, and trust. She believes in treating patients with a holistic approach that is tailor-made for each individual.
Caitlyn attended San Diego State University, where she completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She then attended United States University, where she graduated with distinction and obtained her Master of Science- Family Nurse Practitioner degree. Throughout her studies, she was trained to provide care for people at every stage of life, however, her passion always remained with women’s healthcare.
Caitlin spent many years in the hospital setting specializing in caring for women through the labor process, delivering their newborns, women in the postpartum phase, and also caring for newborns admitted in the NICU. She now focuses on treating patients in the office setting, specifically specializing in postpartum depression, menopausal symptoms, and issues such as abnormal uterine bleeding, pelvic pain, and polycystic ovarian syndrome.
Outside of the office, Caitlin is involved in organizations in Spain and the United States that fight against human trafficking. She is becoming certified to aid in that fight by rescuing women and children from being trafficked and also helping provide access to resources that give them a new beginning in life. She has also been involved in organizations that provide resources to pregnant mothers who cannot afford proper healthcare, as well as organizations that shelter women who have escaped from domestic violence relationships.