HSHS Medical Group Family & Internal Medicine in Highland is pleased to welcome Lauren Lawson, APRN, to their team of providers. Lawson is now accepting patients of all ages at HSHS Medical Group Family & Internal Medicine, located at 12860 Troxler Ave., Suite 320 in Highland, Illinois.
 
Lawson completed her bachelor’s in community health education at Illinois State University and a bachelor’s in nursing at St. John’s College in Springfield, Illinois. She completed her master’s in nursing, family nurse practitioner, at Maryville University in St. Louis. In her free time she enjoys traveling and experiencing a variety of local activities and cuisine. She likes hiking, camping, running and mountain biking. Lawson also enjoys spending time exploring with family and friends and meeting new people.
 
As a primary care provider, Lawson is a highly trained health care professional fully capable of diagnosing and treating acute and chronic conditions, as well as prescribing medications. She has undergone rigorous training and credentialing to provide high quality care for patients.
                                                                                                                                                                                
To schedule an appointment, call 618-651-2810.

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