Locations

Family Medicine–South Providence
551 E Southampton Dr
Columbia, MO

Phone: 573-884-7733

Other Phone Numbers:

Phone: (573) 884-7733

Fax: 573-882-6228

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1. Family Medicine–South Providence

551 E Southampton Dr
Columbia, MO
Phone: 573-884-7733
Other Phone Numbers:
Phone: (573) 884-7733
Fax: 573-882-6228
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Profile

Gender

Female

Education & Training

Internship

  • University of Wisconsin

Post-Graduate School

University of Missouri - Columbia

Insurances

MU Health Care participates with most major managed care organizations. To find out whether MU Health Care is a participating provider in your insurance plan or network, or for information on co-payments and deductibles, please contact your insurance carrier directly.

Academic Information

Associate Teaching Professor

Office

One Hospital Drive
MA303 Medical Sciences Building, DC032.00
Columbia, MO 65212
United States

P. 573-884-9099

Research Interests

  • Etiology and treatment of anxiety and depression
  • Smoking correlates and treatment
  • Motivational Interviewing

Publications

2018

Does FFN testing help prevent preterm birth and adverse outcomes related to preterm birth in women with symptoms of preterm labor?
Evidence-Based Practice. 2018;21(8):37-38.
Kalkhoff S, Cronk NJ.

2016

Does daily use of fish oil by pregnant women affect the newborn?

Evidence-Based Practice. 2016;19(3):E-5-E-6.
Williams K, Cronk NJ.

Parenting during residency: providing support for Dr Mom and Dr Dad.

Family Medicine. 2016;48(2):140-144.
Morris LE, Cronk NJ, Washington KT.

Response to “Parenting During Residency.”

Family Medicine. 2016;48(6):488-489.
Morris LE, Cronk NJ, Washington KT.

Social workers as behavioral health consultants in the primary care clinic.
Health & Social Work. 2016;41(3):196-200.
Mann CC, Golden JH, Cronk NJ, Gale JK, Hogan TM, Washington KT.

2015

Does recreational running increase the risk of OA of the knee?
Evidence-Based Practice. 2015;18(2):11-12.
Allmon AL, Cronk NJ, Morris L.

Understanding the exercise habits of residents and attending physicians: a mixed methodology study.
Family Medicine. 2015;47(2):118-123.
Williams AS, Williams CD, Cronk NJ, Kruse RL, Ringdahl EN, Koopman RJ.

The association of resilience, perceived stress and predictors of depressive symptoms in sexual and gender minority youths and adults.

Psychology and Sexuality. 2016;7(2):116-130.
McElroy JA, Wintemberg JJ, Cronk NJ, Everett KD.