F. Rice FNP
Violet Rice was born and raised in Dayton,
Ohio. She graduated from Sinclair College/ Good Samaritan Hospital School of
Nursing in 1975. She continued her Science education at Medical University
of South Carolina and University of South Carolina where she completed both
her OB/GYN Nurse Practitioner and Family Nurse Practitioner education. She
is presently attending Medical Science clerkships.
Violet has lived in Alaska for 14 years. She
has served her country both as a military wife and an Army/Air Force
Reservist. She is presently assigned to 477th AMDF unit at Elmendorf AFB.
Violet has lived in both the deep South and far North. She has practiced in
several areas of health care: Emergency Room, Labor & Delivery, Intensive
Care, Cardiac Care, Oncology, Community Mental Health, Women’s Health,
Inpatient and Outpatient Family Medicine. She has taught Nursing Science
both in BSN and MSN programs. She is presently the Health Director/Provider
at the Native Village of Eklutna. Since 2005 she has provided primary care
at Acute Family Medicine Clinic.
Violet is a daughter, sister, wife, and mother.
She has three grown daughters and is the grandmother of two grand daughters,
and one grand son due in September.
Certifications and Licenses:
• Masters of Nursing Science, University of South Carolina
• Board Certified Family and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner
• State of Alaska Nurse Practitioner License
• CPR Instructor
• Advanced Cardiac Life Support Provider
• Pediatric Advanced Life Support Provider
• American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
• Alaska Nurse Practitioner Association
• Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses
• Sigma Theta Tau
• Primary Care Association
• Alaska Native Health Board
• United States Air Force Reserves
• Reserve Officer Association
• American Medical Student Association
Prevention is the key to good health and
A few caring people can change the world, it’s the only thing that ever has.
The only obstacles to ones own success are those placed by ones self or
those that one allows to exist.