Tyler Coe has extensive experience in Emergency Medicine, working as an RN in the Emergency Department for 10 years, and as a Nurse Practitioner in the Emergency Department for the last 2.5 years. Tyler Coe grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah and returned home after working in Cottonwood, AZ where he worked as an Emergency Room Nurse Practitioner, to be closer to family, and to build lasting relationships with his patients working in Primary Care. In addition to Tyler Coe’s extensive emergency background, Tyler has performed rotations in Pediatrics, Nursery and NICU services, Women’s Health, as well as, Geriatric and Internal Medicine alongside Arizona’s most prestigious providers.
A Graduate of Grand Canyon University, with a Masters in the Science of Nursing-Family Nurse Practitioner, Tyler Coe, has been credentialed to perform multiple procedures including: suturing, chest tube placement, thoracentesis, paracentesis, intubations, etc. As well as multiple other Emergency Procedures and interventions. His interests include preventative medicine, medical education, women’s health, pediatrics, urgent care, and adult medicine.
Tyler enjoys spending time with his family. He enjoys the outdoors, loves Scouting and has been a Scoutmaster for his church the last 8 years, and has had the privilege of guiding 16 scouts to the honor and esteem of Eagle Scout. Tyler truly believes that we have the unique ability and responsibility to change lives for the better, and further feels it is such an honor to have that opportunity to do so daily with every patient he works with.
Tyler Coe is an innovator of medicine and was awarded the LOV (Living Our Values) award for all Northern Arizona Healthcare as a Nurse Practitioner (a nomination that comes from patients as well as colleagues, and includes tens of thousands of nominees.)