As the Colorectal Health Educator, Jayme meets with patients to assess their colon health needs and help them make better colon health choices, such as lifestyle changes that can improve their health. Jayme advises on different treatment options that are available for colorectal health (FIT kits, colonoscopies, etc.), outlines what the treatment process would look like, and serves as an ongoing resource for patients.
Jayme is from Tuba City, Arizona, and graduated from Greyhills Academy High School. She is an alumnus of Dine College and Coconino Community College. Jayme received her Bachelor of Science in Public Health from Northern Arizona University in August 2021. She has lived in Flagstaff, Arizona, since 2017, with her two corgi dogs, Sam and Tex. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, competing in rodeos, and going fishing.
Before joining NACA, Jayme worked at Flagstaff Medical Center for 3 years as a Licensed Nursing Assistant in the orthopedic/spine surgery unit, pediatrics/ PICU unit, and medical/surgical telemetry unit.