Dr. Krystal Thueringer

Dr Krystal Thueringer was raised in Boise, ID. Her career in medicine began in high school working at a rehabilitation center in Boise. Her passion for women’s health was further fueled by her education at Whitworth University. She graduated from Whitworth University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry. Dr. Thueringer met and married her husband in Spokane before attending medical school. She graduated from Pacific Northwest University college of Osteopathic Medicine in Yakima, WA. Before graduating from medical school she and her husband welcomed their first child into the world. Dr Thueringer completed her OB/GYN residency and welcomed their second child in Dayton, Ohio.

Her special interests include helping women to achieve their goals during childbirth and caring for women throughout their lifetime. She loves spending time outdoors fishing and sightseeing.

Dr. Krystal Thueringer

Providing Excellent Care You Can Trust

The entire staff at North Spokane Women’s Health looks forward to getting to know you and and your health care needs. We are dedicated to caring for our patients with knowledge and compassion. Conveniently located near Providence Holy Family Hospital in Spokane, WA, our team of OB/GYN health care professionals provide comprehensive obstetric care.

Mon - Fri: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Office: 509-489-2101

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North Spokane Women's Health is located in the Holy Family Medical Building in Spokane, Washington.

HOLY FAMILY MEDICAL BUILDING
235 E ROWAN AVE, SUITE 102
SPOKANE, WA 99207

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“Our care during my pregnancy and labor and after was absolutely wonderful. My Doctor took great care of us and always had my baby’s and my health and safety first priority. The nurses were all great and so helpful to us. They took lots of time to guide and educate us. Thank you so much.”