I graduated in 1998 with a BSN from Baker University. I began working as a Registered Nurse in Wichita, Kansas on a medical/surgical unit. With a move to Visalia, California in 2000, I began working in the intensive care unit. Life brought me back to Kansas where I continued my nursing career in Salina, Kansas working in the ICU, ER, recovery room, and cardiac rehab. I also began teaching for a local ADN technical college. Three kids later and a move to Overland Park, Kansas in 2009, I worked in cardiac rehab and taught at Johnson County Community College in the LPN program. My desire to teach full-time lead me to MidAmerica Nazarene University where I received my Masters’s degree in Nursing Education in 2018. I was called to Avila University and continue to be blessed to teach in the BSN program.
Tracy Koehler, MSN, RN
Junior and Senior level nursing courses
Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Baker University
Master of Science in Nursing Education - MidAmerica Nazarene University