December 1, 2011
“During the following fourteen years, I gained a variety of nursing experience in the areas of general medicine, cardiology, obstetrics, reproductive endocrinology and emergency room nursing,” Gray explained. From 2004 to 2009, Gray worked in primary care and reproductive endocrinology as a women’s health care nurse practitioner. Her particular interests include: women’ health, family practice, infertility, urgent care, surgical procedures, and obstetrics.
Most recently, Gray worked in rural Montana as a certified nurse midwife, a women’s health care nurse practitioner and a family nurse practitioner. “We lived in the climate and culture of northeast Montana for the last two years” she explained, “and learned about straight line winds and the poverty that resides on the largest Indian Reservation in the United States.” Gray and her husband, Brian, a doctor of chiropractic medicine, have three children, ages 26, 20, and 14, and a three year old grandson. In her leisure time, Gray enjoys riding horses with her family, photography, reading, golf and sewing.
Rebecca Gray holds an Associate’s Degree in Nursing from Century College in White Bear Lake, MN; a Women’s Health Care Nurse Practitioner certification; a Master’s of Science in Nursing from Drexel University in Philadelphia; and Certification in Nurse Midwifery and Family Nurse Practitioner from Frontier University in Hyden, Kentucky. Currently, Gray is enrolled in the University of Minnesota’s Doctorate of Nursing program and anticipates graduating in September 2012.