MiChelle McGarry MSN RN CPNP CUNP is certified as both a pediatric and urology nurse practitioner. She has been a PNP since 1993 and specialized in pediatric urology since 2000. During this time, MiChelle has pioneered and developed a unique process based primarily on functional and behavioral modification to address these common, yet worrisome, issues related to elimination dysfunction. This program has been proven to be highly successful for the patients and families and as a result, this model has been adopted by centers nationwide. With appropriate utilization of the program, > 90% of patients show significant improvement within 4-6 weeks, except for those with nocturnal enuresis which shows improvement in 4-6 months.
MiChelle has also been invited to present the techniques and results of the program locally, nationally and internationally. She is an active member of the Nat’l Assoc of PNPs, Pediatric Urology Nurse Section of the AAP, and the Society of Urology Nurse Associates. MiChelle has lectured more that 150 times on Dysfunctional Elimination and has articles published in scholarly journals. More than 50 nurse practitioners and MDs have trained with MiChelle to learn the program that she has developed.
MiChelle is excited about the opportunity to work with patients, families and providers in addressing these problems.
Introducing our newest provider…
Jennifer Mack, MSN RN CPNP was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She attended the University of New Mexico where she graduated in 2010 with her Bachelors of Science in Nursing. After working for 2 years in the intermediate care nursery at the University of New Mexico Hospital, she decided to pursue her masters in nursing. She moved to Denver in January of 2013 to attend the University of Colorado where she graduated with her Masters degree with a focus as a pediatric nurse practitioner. She has been in practice since April of 2016 when she joined MiChelle’s team at the Pediatric Effective Elimination Program Clinic. She never knew she could love the world of bowel and bladder dysfunction this much!
Jennifer is a member of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and the Pediatric Urology Nurse Section of the AAP.
In her free time, Jennifer enjoys exploring Colorado with her husband, cooking, and reading. They have 2 chameleons at home and they love playing with their 2 dogs, Oliver and Payton!