Tara Goodman, ARNP is a graduate of Creighton University. Tara started her career in pediatrics while attending nursing school. She worked in the pediatric ICU at Nebraska Medicine for 8 years, and then switched to the pediatric clinic at Nebraska Medicine while obtaining her Master's as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. Tara has been practicing in Southwest Iowa as a primary care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner for the past 10 years.
Tara joined Shenandoah Medical Center in 2022 serving pediatric patients at the Tabor & Sidney Clinics. Tara sees patients from birth to 21 years. She loves all aspects of pediatrics, and has a special interest in pediatric/adolescent mental health.
Tara is a native to Southwest Iowa. She was born in Hamburg, IA and raised in Thurman, IA. She lives on a farm in Mills County with her husband, Dusty and four daughters along with four dogs, a cat, rabbit, three chickens, and two miniature cows. Tara's daughters keep her busy with all of their sporting events, dance, 4H and other activities. When time allows, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading and going for walks.
Krista joined the Shenandoah Medical Center in 2019, working at the Sidney Clinic. She see patients of all ages, offering annual exams, well child exams, sports physicals, DOT exams and acute care visits.
Krista is Board Certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.