Renee' Kimberling, ND, RN, CNHP
resident of Northwest Indiana, Renee' is a magna cum laude graduate
of Valparaiso University College of Nursing. Most of her nursing
career was spent in long-term care, where she became certified by
the American Nurses' Association as a geriatric nurse. She
served as Associate Director of Nursing for St. Anthony Home in
Crown Point from 1987-1990, during which time she helped establish
two Alzheimer's Care units. She developed the Interactive
Model of Dementia Care and has given presentations throughout Indiana
for healthcare staff and family members trying to cope with this
In 1990, Renee' established Inservicer's, Ltd., later known as
Horizon Career College. She recognized the need for quality
education for staff in all facets of healthcare to improve care
delivery for all patients. Within six years, Horizon Career
College had achieved national accreditation through the Accrediting
Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES) and had campuses in both
Merrillville and Indianapolis.
In 1996, Renee' began consulting work with ABHES, visiting healthcare
colleges throughout the country and evaluating them for continued
accreditation. Eight years later she began teaching seminars
to help schools progress through the accreditation process and also
to help train other evaluators. This is a role she continues
today, as she says education is her "first love."
In 2009, ABHES recognized her for her years of distinguished service.
In 2003, Renee' also authored a non-fiction book entitled, "No
Words." The story details the lives of a couple dealing
with the deaths of their two children, five years apart.
Renee' has held other nursing positions as well, and slowly began
to recognize the "holes" in traditional medicine.
She felt there were too many instances in which Western medicine
fell short of helping people maintain and regain health and well-being.
She began exploring alternative health practices, and eventually
She made the decision to dedicate her future practice to helping
people eliminate their allergies, which many times were responsible
for causing chronic conditions and disrupting their health and lifestyles.
The next years were devoted to education, becoming certified by
Dr. Nambudripad as
a NAET practitioner at both basic and advanced levels.
Renee' has since become a Certified Natural Health Professional (CNHP)
and a Master Reiki. She developed skills in iridology, reflexology,
dried blood cell analysis, computerized biofeedback screening, and has become a Certified Rossiter Coach. She achieved her Doctorate in Naturopathy in 2010 from
Kingdom College of Natural Health and
became Board Certified by the American Association of Drugless
alternative health practices should complement rather than compete with
traditional medical practices. She emphasizes that nothing she practices
interferes with Western medical techniques and that clients should have
the right to choose treatment modalities that are most helpful to them as
Renee' and her husband Ron have two children and seven grandchildren
and reside in Wheatfield. Together they have owned several
successful businesses in Northwest Indiana and are dedicated to
their local community.
Renee' believes her current practice has given her the most fulfilling
experiences in her varied career. She explains, "I see
little miracles every day, and I can't wait to see what the next
day will bring. I am thrilled to share these opportunities
with my clients and help them lead more comfortable lives."
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