Ann Pedack is a DNP-A/G PCNP student beginning her third year of the program at the University of Washington (UW). She has worked as an RN for the past 6 years in intensive care. Her main interests are geriatric primary care, frail elder care, advance care planning, and expanding models for home-based primary care. For her masters scholarly project, she worked with Group Health in their continuing care division to help analyze and expand their current medical house call program that provides in-home nurse practitioner assessments and care coordination for older clients unable to make it to primary care clinic appointments. She is also receiving clinical training at the Seattle Veterans Administration Medical Center primary care clinic as an A/G PCNP student in their center of excellence in primary care program. This last year she was awarded the comprehensive geriatric education program traineeship at the UW for her interest and work with older adults. Her primary areas of interest include long-term care and community primary care of the elderly.