Christopher “Kit” Serrone has been practicing medicine for a little over 5 years. He is board certified in family practice by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Before achieving his NP certification, he worked as a registered nurse for eight years in many different specialties to include cardiology, neurology, addiction medicine, and psychiatry. He brings with him all the previous experience to his family practice. He graduated with honors from Grand Canyon University with his master’s in science in nurse practice with post graduate emphasis on family practice. He is currently a doctoral candidate at Grand Canyon University’s Doctor of Nurse Practice program. As a nurse practitioner he has worked in family practice, HIV medicine, and gastroenterology.
Before his career in nursing he served in the U.S. Army as a human intelligence collector with tours of duty in the Balkans, Asia, and the Middle East. Upon discharge from the Army he embarked on his studies in nursing science. During his completion of his studies he also worked as a student tutor at Gateway Community College, assisting other students achieve their nursing education.
He is fluent in Spanish; he mastered the Spanish language after living in Ecuador and traveling throughout South America after high school and before his Army service. He loves traveling and has traveled throughout the world to include Egypt, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. His hobbies include, mountain biking, hiking, swimming, camping and fishing. He also plays the bass guitar for fun and his all-time favorite bass player is jazz musician Victor Wooten, who is mostly known for his work with Bela Fleck and the Flecktones. He enjoys all genres of music and loves to go to concerts. He is also an avid science fiction reader and writes short stories in this genre, he has not published anything yet but aspires to some day publish in SciFi short story magazines. He is also active in social work with such agencies as Helping Hand for Relief and Development and the International Red Cross and Red Crescent.