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We are excited you are here & value our relationship! At Moose Creek, you can be assured that we strive to provide you with the very best health care services available! 


We have an outstanding team and our staff is committed to taking care of your needs. Quality of life is important to us and our job is to provide you the best medical care and treatment to help you achieve this goal. For those of you who already know me, you know that I have an extremely high standard of care and my staff is the best of the best! We are here to take care of you!


We value your opinion and thoughts as well. We get to see you every now and then, and you live in that body 24/7, so we rely on you to help us assess what is best for your specific needs! We respect your input and your contribution to your medical care. Together, we will make a great team! We will work closely with any specialists you may see in order to optimize the best treatment options for better outcomes. 


Our entire staff at Moose Creek Medical Clinic LLC is grateful that you have chosen us for your healthcare needs! 


We look forward to seeing you!



Kymberli Brock APRN, FNPc

Kymberli R. Brock APRN, FNPc 

Kymberli was born and raised in the heartland of Nebraska. She grew up in a very small community where she learned that hard work and a genuine love for the wellbeing of people & the community were extremely important for providing passionate healthcare. 


Kymberli worked as a RN for years in the ICU/CCU/ER as well as Med-Surg and Oncology Units prior to obtaining a MSN, FNP degree at Fort Hays State University in Western Kansas in 2002. She worked in neurology and family practice, and then spent 15 years working in cardiology with high risk disease states. She worked for Idaho Heart Institute for 5 years, then spent 10 years working for Alaska Heart & Vascular Institute prior to opening her own practice, Moose Creek Medical Clinic LLC. 


Not only is Kymberli an exceptional healthcare provider, she also has the role of being a patient with breast cancer. She knows the value of excellent patient care and strives to treat every single patient the exact same way she would want either herself or her family member treated. If you meet Kymberli once, you will realize her true passion in life is providing you with the best patient care that she is capable of. She values you as a person and has a vested interest in providing you with the best quality of life possible!


Kymberli & her husband Chip (who works as a wildlife have been married for 24 years and have 1 daughter, McKinley, who is a student at Seton Hall University in New Jersey. Kymberli and her family share a passion for the outdoors, travel, and enjoying life! Kymberli also finds time to volunteer in the local community and simply has a zest for life! Her smile is contagious & if you see her on the street, she will know your name! 



MSN, FNPc 2002~ Fort Hays State University

BSN, RN ~ Fort Hays State University, graduated Magna Cum Laude 

American Academy of Nurse Practitioners

American College of Cardiology

Army National Spirit of Nursing Award


• General Family Practice

• General Cardiology

• Management of High Risk Disease States

• Weight Management

• Cryogenic Therapy

• Wellness Exams

• Men’s Health

• Women’s Health

• Pediatric Health

• Functional Medicine

• Fascial Distortion Model

• Botox® Injections

(Therapeutic & Cosmetic)

• Sports Physicals

• DOT Physicals


Monday through Saturday

7:00 AM - 6:00 PM


"Quality of life is important to us and our job is to provide the best medical care and treatment to help you achieve this goal."

Sarah Nielsen APRN, IFMCP, DNP

Sarah Nielsen joins Moose Creek Medical with great enthusiasm to provide continued care for the families of the Matanuska Susitna community. She was born and raised in Palmer Alaska and graduated Magna Cum Laude with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2005 at the University of Alaska Anchorage.  She worked as a cardiovascular intensive care unit nurse in North Carolina at Pitt County Memorial Hospital. She was involved with peer reviewed unit improvement practices and assisted in policy writing for improved practice. After moving to Denver, Colorado, she worked at the University of Colorado Hospital as a Charge Nurse for the cardiovascular intensive care unit. Sarah continued to be involved in improving patient outcomes through enhanced unit safety practices. While in Colorado, she also worked as a travel nurse at St. Joseph’s Hospital in the general intensive care units.

Upon returning to Alaska in 2009, Sarah was employed by Alaska Regional Hospital in the intensive care unit while simultaneously completing her graduate degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner through Frontier Nursing University in Hyden, Kentucky. While at Alaska Regional Hospital she also completed her Fundamentals of Critical Care Support Provider Certification. She graduated with honors in 2010 and joined Alaska Heart Institute, specializing in cardiovascular care management, including coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, and arrhythmia care. She transitioned into family practice at All Seasons Family Health Care in 2012. She completed the Certification in Functional Medicine in 2017 to better provide holistic care to her patients through the scope of Functional Medicine: viewing health as a positive vitality verses the absence of disease. She returned to Frontier Nursing University and completed the Doctorate in Nursing Practice in 2019. She graduated with honors, completing the program by planning, implementing, and disseminating a healthcare quality improvement project that significantly improved patient engagement and waiting times. She is currently pursuing further training and certification in the Fascial Distortion Model for musculoskeletal pain therapy. 

She was awarded the American Red Cross Medical Rescue Award in 2012 for assisting in life saving measures for a teammate who suddenly collapsed during a soccer game at the Menard Center in Wasilla. Sarah is proud to call the Valley her home and honored to serve as a medical provider in her hometown. In her free time, Sarah enjoys reading, playing soccer, hiking, skiing, and fishing with her husband, Seth.

Jesse Cooper APRN, FNPc

Jesse grew up between Washington state and her family’s remote cabin in Slana, Alaska while hunting, hiking, fishing, and riding her dirt bike. She ultimately ended up moving to Alaska and beginning her journey in healthcare working as an EMT in the emergency department. She went on to obtain her undergraduate in Nursing from the University of Alaska Anchorage in 2011. Upon graduating she began working at the Alaska Heart Institute in cardiac imaging and cross trained into the cardiac catheterization lab. She enjoyed putting patients and their families at ease while helping them through their cardiac testing, ultimately leading them to their diagnosis and treatment. 


These situations led her to want to have a bigger part in caring for patients with a variety of illness and trauma. Jesse started working at the Alaska Native Medical Center in the Intensive Care Unit in 2013.  This afforded her many opportunities to help patients with limited access to healthcare, including flying to Sitka’s Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium hospital to provide Emergency and Critical Care. Within 2 years she became the charge nurse over the Intensive Care Unit and Step-down Unit at ANMC.  She furthered her studies through Western Governors University in Salt Lake City, Utah. After 5 years she went on to graduate school at Maryville University in St. Louis, Missouri. In 2018, Jesse began working in the Emergency Department at Mat-su Regional in order to round out her experience, caring for emergent and pediatric patients. She graduated with her Masters of Science in Nursing and became certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner. During her time in the emergency department, she saw the immense need for additional psychiatric care and is currently pursuing her Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner post-graduate certification. 


While not working and studying, she enjoys spending time with her husband and 3 kiddos and weightlifting. She is happy to be a part of the team at Moose Creek Medical and is looking forward to caring for you and your family.

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