Jack Horsley, M.D.
Clinical Lab Director
Board Certified Emergency Medicine. General medicine and minor surgery. Originally from Burien, Wash., Dr. Horsley received a B.A. in Zoology from Indiana University and then his M.D. from University of Cincinnati Medical School. He completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at San Joaquin County Hospital in Stockton, Calif. After moving to Ellensburg in 1979, Dr. Horsley worked at the Valley Clinic for six years. In 1985, he became the medical director for Kittitas Valley Community Hospital's Emergency Department, and in 1991 he directed the Kittitas County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Program. He has also served as medical program director and assistant professor of health education for the CWU Paramedics Program. Dr. Horsley is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine by the American Association of Physicians Specialists. We are honored to welcome him to Central's family.
Kristin Karns, ARNP
Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. Provides women's health care, general medical care, preventative health care, mental health issues and sexually transmitted diseases.
Kerri Larson, ARNP
Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. Provides women's health care, general medical care, preventative health care and sexually transmitted diseases.
Jack Calvert, ARNP
Jack is a Family Nurse Practitioner with experience in women’s health and general family practice. He offers contraceptive care, STD evaluation and testing for women and men, medical treatment for mental health and stress issues, orthopedic care and infection/internal medicine evaluation. Jack spends his leisure time cycling, hiking/climbing, reading and playing the clawhammer banjo.
Carolyn Cleveland Ph. D.
Clinical Psychologist, Integrated Behavioral Health Specialist
I received my B.A. in Psychology from Auburn University, my M.S. in Clinical Psychology from Oklahoma State University, and my Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from University of Wyoming, with a concentration in integrated behavioral health. I completed my pre-doctoral internship at University of Miami's Counseling Center and am a licensed psychologist in Washington State. I believe in an integrated approach to health and well-being, including prevention and treatment services. I work with students with acute and chronic physical health conditions, as well as, mental health concerns. In my spare time, I enjoy being with my family; practicing yoga; learning about consciousness, health, and parenting; and exploring the awesome outdoor activities available in Washington State.
Danny Nambo, MT
Graduated from Central in 2010 with a BS in biology with a specialization in cell and molecular and minor in chemistry. There after I challenged my test for the MLT certificate and received it in February of 2011. I am still continuing to go to school to get my master's in administrative management through Central.
I have lived in Ellensburg for almost 8 years and 2 years ago my wife and I bought a house. We plan to stay here for another several years and hopefully have children one day. I like to be outside working on the yard, except during the fall/winter when football season is on, than it's all about the Seahawks!
Janet Powell, LPN
Patient care, heath education and women's health.
I started nursing career in 1975, and have worked in public health, clinic nursing, pediatrics, and home nursing services. I enjoy collecting antiques and art. I also enjoy boating and swimming, motorcycle riding, and occasional calligraphy, making jewelry, and reading. I have a grown son, one cat and a dog.
Celia Johnson, RN
Patient care, health and nutrition education, and women's health.
I started my nursing career in 1975. I have lived in Ellensburg since 1978. Experienced in Medical-Surgical, Obstetrics, geriatrics, and college health nursing. Personal interests are sewing, quilting, reading, gardening, metal working, travel (when I can go) and camping. I have 2 children who are in their 20's and 2 beautiful grandchildren.
Barbara Stanley, RN
Patient care, immunizations, travel medicine, women's health and health education.
I graduated nursing school in 1972, and have worked in almost every aspect of nursing; Hospitals, geriatrics, home health, and clinics. I like traveling and have aspirations of becoming a world traveler. I enjoy fly fishing, camping, gardening, quilting, reading, animals, hiking, and jewelry making just to name a few things.
Joy Walters, LPN