Sholom Nadler attributes his initial interest in medicine to caring for his grandfather as a child. His grandfather would fall and frequently scrape and bruise himself, and Mr. Nadler liked helping him managing these injuries and felt great joy in helping others heal. Also, growing up in Brooklyn, New York, Nadler was a part of a tight-knit community that stressed the value of helping others. It was these experiences that contributed to his desire to help others through pursuing a career in medicine.
Before becoming a nurse, however, Mr. Nadler was a rabbi. He worked in an assisted living facility and enjoyed spending time with the seniors there. He eventually went back to school to pursue a healthcare career and receives great satisfaction working in the nursing field, waking up each morning looking forward to work.
At Intermountain Healthcare, formerly HealthCare Partners Nevada, Mr. Nadler is a family medicine nurse practitioner. Though he sees patients of many different backgrounds and ages, Sholom specializes in hospice care, medical-surgical nursing, immediate care, and primary care. He is passionate about educating his patients about their disease process and treatment plan and has a philosophy of providing compassionate, patient-centered, quality care. Mr. Nadler has a special place in his heart for working with patients with diabetes management and enjoys watching their measurable improvement over time.
If he’s not working, Mr. Nadler is probably cooking, as cooking is one of his longstanding hobbies. He helped his mother in the kitchen as a child and thoroughly enjoys the art of cooking. He especially loves cooking for his wife and their son.
Mr. Nadler received Bachelor of Nursing from Long Island University and his Family Nurse Practitioner degree from Chamberlain College of Nursing. He is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
Chamberlain College of Nursing