Emily Howieson MSN, AGPCNP-BC

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Accepting New Patients

Board Certification

American Nurses Credentialing Center


Emily received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine and her master’s degree in nursing practice at the University of Massachusetts Medical School Graduate School of Nursing in Worcester.

Career Influence

“I was inspired to pursue a career in nursing as a means to help give back to our geriatric population. While pursuing my master’s degree, I worked as a registered nurse in a skilled nursing facility working with both acute and long-term care patients. I took a particular interest in pulmonary medicine, doing community outreach and education with families affected by asthma and chronic care management to those with COPD. I continued to practice my skills and education working in a primary care clinics, long-term care, and infectious disease settings.”

Clinical Interests

Emily has a special practice interest in the diagnosis and treatment of asthma and COPD. As an Adult-Geriatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner, Emily is certified to work with patients ages 13 and older.

Personal Interests

While Emily is a true New Englander, she enjoys exploring the Emerald City. In her spare time, she enjoys the outdoors (especially rowing, soccer, alpine skiing, and hiking), traveling, expanding her culinary skills and spending time with family.

Practice Philosophy

“I believe in practicing patient-centered care as part of a dynamic team-based approach. In order to provide effective patient-centered care, treatment plans must be personally tailored to each individual so that they may achieve their healthcare goals and needs. I value being able to establish and develop a long-lasting relationship with my patients and look forward to engaging in a collaborative experience.”

Hospital Affiliations

Swedish Medical Center


  • Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
  • Jane McCue Magner Award for student recognition in dedication to professional practice and the care of underserved patients (UMMS GSN, 2017)