Raised in Southern California, Dr. Kiley practiced there until she moved to Alaska with her family in 1994. A Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), she has worked with patients as an RN and NP in a wide variety of healthcare settings, including 5 years teaching RN and NP students at UAA. She has extensive pain management experience in California and Alaska in pain management primary care, specialty, and integrative care practices. Dr. Kiley uses a Functional Medicine approach in addition to prescription medications and other western pain interventions.
Dr. Kiley earned her Master’s Degree in Ambulatory Care at UCLA, and Doctor of Nursing Practice at Rush College of Nursing in Chicago. Her passion for empowering patients and helping them find their best health sent her to the Duke Center for Integrative Medicine where she obtained Certification as an Integrative Health Coach. Her passion is working with patients to find the most effective and natural approach to improve their health and function.
When not providing care for patients, she works on state and national healthcare policy to improve access to care, lectures nationally on pain and integrative therapies and social media. Her favorite exercise is practicing Judo at the Anchorage Dojo, where she has been a member for over 20 years.