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Anjalie Graham, APRN

Anjalie Graham, Nurse Practitioner

Anjalie Graham, APRN: Nurse Practitioner APRN Graham was born in Great Falls, Montana and received her first undergraduate degree at Carroll College in Montana. She then pursued a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Emory University in Georgia, and later completed a Master of Science in Nursing at Emory University. APRN Graham moved to Hawaii in 2011 and served as a nurse practitioner at the Moloka`i Community Health Center. She began working with West Hawaii Community Health Center in July of 2013. APRN Graham enjoys listening to music, taking walks, and playing games with her family.


Mary Ann Terminello, PsyD: Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Terminello was born in New York and received her dual-undergraduate degrees in English and Psychology from the University of Northern Colorado. She earned her MA in Clinical Psychology from the University of Hartford, and became a Clinical Psychologist after receiving another MA and a PsyD from Argosy University in Tampa, Florida. Dr. Terminello served as the Mental Health Care Coordinator at the Department of Health Hawaii Family Guidance Center in Honolulu, as a therapist at Devereux Cleo Wallace in Colorado, and also as a Care Coordinator for System of Care with the Menta Group in Illinois. Dr. Terminello began working at West Hawaii Community Health Center in 2009 and likes spending time with family and friends, the beach, and the outdoors.

Elizabeth Fryer, APRN

 

Elizabeth Fryer, APRN: Nurse Practitioner

A native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Betsy received her Master’s Degree in Nursing from Duquesne University.  While working as a nurse practitioner since 2009, Betsy spent most of her time working with underserved populations on the Navajo Indian Reservation and here in Hawaii.  She really enjoys working with patients and their families.  She also loves anything to do with the outdoors, especially gardening, and would like to try her hand at growing orchids.  This is her second time working at WHCHC and says she missed the Aloha spirit while she was back on the mainland.

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