Suzanne Kahle is a Family Nurse Practitioner with nursing experience in private practice, critical care, medical surgical nursing, hospice and palliative care.
Suzanne attended Xavier University for all of her schooling. She graduated in 2014 with her Master’s in Nursing and in 2019 with her Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate.
During her schooling, Suzanne had a wide variety of clinical experiences including women’s health, pediatrics, and primary care. She spent over 240 hours training in primary care during her schooling. Before completing her Nurse Practitioner Program, Suzanne worked as an inpatient hospital nurse both on a medical surgical unit and in critical care. She then worked in the community as a hospice and palliative care nurse.
Suzanne’s career goal in primary care is to help individuals in the community by bettering their access to quality healthcare. She believes in educating and empowering patients to be involved in their health care decision making. She has a particular passion for geriatrics in our community but also enjoys helping individuals across the lifespan – from childhood to adulthood.
Suzanne is a native Cincinnatian and lives in Mt. Washington with her wife, son and daughter.