Sara Krokos provides acute and chronic care to both men and women, from teenagers to octogenarians. She most recently served as a primary care provider at a family health clinic. Before that, Sara worked at an urgent care clinic.
Sara was employed as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Alaska’s Nursing Program from 2019 to 2021. She also has experience working as an RN at the Alaska Native Medical Center in the internal medicine unit, as a home health nurse serving patients in their homes, and as a school nurse substitute while staying home and raising her family.
Philosophy of Care
Sara enjoys the diversity of family medicine and the opportunity to provide care to all age groups, focusing on disease prevention and health promotion. She takes a holistic approach to help her patients identify barriers to achieving their health goals and empowers them to make positive changes while providing education and support.
Sara Krokos attended the University of Alaska, Anchorage for both her undergraduate and graduate degrees, earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2007 and a Master of Science in Nursing in 2020. She is accredited with the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners as a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. Sara is also a certified Medical Examiner with the Department of Transportation and is able to perform Commercial Driver’s License exams.
Extracurricular Activities/Personal Interests
Sara enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and three boys, enjoying Alaska’s uniqueness through hiking, fishing, and family time at their cabin. Originally from Idaho, she came to Alaska twenty years ago to pursue her nursing degree and to find a little adventure along the way. Alaska won her over with its vast landscapes, trophy sockeye salmon, and endless summer sun.