Eugene, OR – December 3, 2020 – Nova Health, a comprehensive provider of quality urgent care, primary care, physical therapy, and musculoskeletal services in Oregon and Montana, has announced the addition of Ferich Regunan, FNP-C to its team of healthcare providers. Regunan will begin accepting patients at Nova Health’s Patterson clinic, located at 598 E. 13th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97401, on December 7th, 2020.
Regunan began her medical career working as a charge nurse at a hospital in Manila, Philippines. Upon moving to the United States, she spent several years leveraging her clinical coordination and leadership experience as a charge nurse in Southeastern Texas. Regunan earned her Master of Science Degree in Nursing in 2018 from Walden University in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She spent a year interning as a family nurse practitioner at a family clinic in Edinburg, Texas, where she cared for patients ranging from pediatric to geriatric, including maternal care.
Today, Regunan brings to Nova Health over twenty-five years of dedicated, compassionate health care experience. She is passionate about providing quality patient care and committed to continually expanding her clinical experience, skills, and knowledge.
“I joined Nova Health not only to provide curative services as a healthcare practitioner, but also to incorporate my nursing background to deliver genuine care for patients in all diversities as a family nurse through effective communication, empathy, and compassion,” said Regunan. “I am thrilled to begin the next phase of my career caring for patients and their families here at Nova Health.”
Dr. Lyle Torguson, Nova Health Medical Director of Primary Care Services, welcomed Regunan to the Nova Health Care Team, adding that her open and collaborative communication style and sensitivity make her the right fit for Nova Health.
“We knew the moment we met Ferich that she was destined to be part of Nova Health,” said Dr. Torguson. “Her ability to hear what her patients say and listen to what they’re not quite sure how to put into words is a skill that too few people learn. We are excited to have her at Nova Health and know her patients will gladly welcome her to their care team too.”