Tyson Flower, FNP
Tyson is an Idaho native with a passion for helping patients, especially those afflicted by mental health. He found this passion for mental health during his undergraduate studies at Idaho State University, which resulted in changing his degree to psychology. He later graduated from Union University in Tennessee with a nursing degree. Following graduation, he worked for St. Luke’s Medical Center in Boise caring for patients with heart conditions for over 4 years. He then graduated with a Family Nurse Practitioner degree from Northwest Nazarene University.
Tyson has a calm demeanor and compassionate nature which provides a warm and accepting atmosphere. He looks at each new patient with a fresh outlook, takes the time to listen, and address their concerns. Tyson is particularly cautious when prescribing and managing medications to ensure the safety of his patients. He enjoys working with patients of all ages and genders. He believes in providing a team approach to treatment, involving patient, provider, family, and fellow providers when applicable.
In his free time, Tyson enjoys spending time with his wife and three children, riding dirt bikes, golfing, snowboarding, woodworking, and pretty much anything that involves being outside.