Linda McLaughlin

Linda grew up in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan. She graduated from Henry Ford Hospital, School of Nursing and later working in Labor and Delivery at William Beaumont Hospital.

Marrying her high school sweetheart, her husband Darryl and their three children, Kirsten, Nathan and Joshua, moved to Scottsdale, Arizona in 1988.

Returning to school to become a nurse practitioner, she attended the University of Phoenix, in Phoenix, Arizona. After graduation, her working with various physicians led Linda to become a preceptor for students enrolled in the nurse practitioner program at Arizona State University. She has also been a guest lecturer in Womenʼs Health Care at ASU, as well as in the community.

Caring for women throughout their reproductive life and beyond is Lindaʼs specialty. She is board certified in Womenʼs Health and holds two board certifications in menopause through NAMS, North American Menopause Society and NCC, National Certification Corporation.

Linda enjoys reading, cooking, attending Scottsdale Bible Church, and family time. Both she and her husband treasure the blessings of family and participating in the lives of their seven grandchildren.