Growing up in rural Wyoming, Noreen Borino always knew she wanted to be a nurse. This dream never wavered throughout her life, and now, after having practiced medicine for over 20 years, she says she would not change a thing. Ms. Borino received her associates in nursing from Casper College in Casper, Wyoming, followed by her BSN and MSN from the University of Nevada Reno. In 2011, she earned her Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, Provo, UT.
Ms. Borino is board-certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. At Intermountain Healthcare, formerly HealthCare Partners Nevada, she specializes in the unique needs of senior patients as a myGeneration provider. Her vast experience in family medicine, women’s health and psychiatric mental health makes her a well-rounded clinician. It’s the reason she likes to focus on preventative care to ensure individuals stay healthy and vibrant even later in life. When she’s not serving patients, Ms. Borino spends her free time with her grandchildren. She likes horses, barrel racing, and rodeos. Being an Evanston, Wyoming Cowboy Days Queen (CDQ), she was also the state rodeo queen coordinator in Southwestern Wyoming for 10 years. Her daughter, Lisa, also became a CDQ and if Ms. Borino’s granddaughter gets the title, they will win the triple crown.
Rocky Mountain University