Sulejmanovic-Bordeaux joins medical team to serve new and current patients
YAKIMA, WA – Yakima Pediatric Associates, a service of Community Health of Central Washington, is pleased to announce that it has added Irma Sulejmanovic-Bordeaux, ARNP, as a nurse practitioner to its primary care services team. Sulejmanovic-Bordeaux is currently seeing new and existing patients at the clinic’s offices located at 314 S. 11th Ave, Yakima.
Sulejmanovic-Bordeaux holds a master’s of science degree in pediatric nursing practice, and also a bachelor’s of science degree in nursing, from University of Nebraska Medical Center, Lincoln, NE. Most recently, she worked for the Child Advocacy Center in Lincoln, NE. Prior to joining Lincoln’s Child Advocacy Center, Sulejmanovic-Bordeaux was a nurse practitioner at Pediatrics P.C., also in Lincoln, NE.
Sulejmanovic-Bordeaux is an active community volunteer, serving for the past four years as the medical director for Project Kindle’s Camp Kindle, a camp tailored for children infected and affected by HIV and AIDS. In addition, she is an American Red Cross community service volunteer and presenter, and also a medical services volunteer for Student Alliance for Global Health in Nicaragua.
Sulejmanovic-Bordeaux responsibilities at Yakima Pediatric Associates will include providing primary care, including diagnosis, treatments and consultations, to clinic patients and working with the clinic’s other healthcare providers as part of a treatment team offering a full spectrum of health services.
“As a former resident of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Irma joins Yakima Pediatric Associates with a unique understanding and care of cultures, ethnicities, and beliefs,” says Mike Maples, MD, CEO, Community Health of Central WA. “Her academic and professional competencies are a welcome addition to our clinic, as well as her depth and variety of experience.”