Nicky Kutil WRMC Center for Women's Health Leadership Watertown Committee
I have lived in Watertown since 2006 and grew up in Brookfield, WI. I graduated from Brookfield East High School and continued on at UW-Eau Claire for 1.5 years. I decided to take a break from college to figure out “what I wanted to be when I grew up” and decided that I love to help people. So nursing it was. I started at WCTC in the nursing program and graduated in 2006 with my Associates in Nursing. I spent 10 years in the emergency department and 10 years in home healthcare. I have experience in case management and utilization management and now I am currently at my home with WRMC as the manager of the Center for Women’s Health, Pulmonology Clinic, Urology Clinic and soon to be manager of the GI Clinic.
I have been with WRMC for almost three years now and I have really enjoyed getting to know my community better. I enjoy my three-minute drive to work, my co-workers, and most of all still being able to make a difference in patients’ lives. I am currently enrolled in a BSN program online and plan to continue for my MSN. Patients’ are my passion, anyway that I can make a difference in their lives is a huge success and reward for me. I was fortunate to be able to go through the Leadership Watertown Class. I learned so much about the community that I live and work in, the history, the opportunities, the wonderful employers we have, and all that Watertown really offers.
I am married to my husband, John, since 2006. I have two step-children, a German shepherd, and a beagle. In my free time, I enjoy antiquing, going to car shows with my husband, and seeing movies. I love going up north to Eagle River and spending time with my family.