Hi, my name is Natalie! I am a graduate of the University of Detroit Mercy where I majored in Health Services Administration with a professional specialization in Psychology. I really aspire to travel the world. I love animals of all kinds and I have a miniature red poodle that looks like a real life teddy bear! My family is extremely important to me… I am a proud “auntie” and I spend a lot of my time with my nieces and nephews. Being an aunt is such a privilege to me because when I am with them I get to be a kid again and your only job is to have fun!
What is most important in life? I believe that happiness is ultimately the most important thing in life and I truly believe that happiness is achieved through the positive/strong relationships we have with others and ourselves.
What are your hobbies, and why do you enjoy doing them? I really enjoy being active... I think it is extremely important to feel strong and healthy. I love to go biking and hiking or anything that involves the outdoors. I also really enjoy the practice of yoga and Pilates.
What are your favorite foods to eat/make? My absolute favorite food to eat/drink is soup! I also eat fruit almost every day… I am obsessed with all kinds of berries and love incorporating them into my daily smoothies!
When I left bedside nursing in 2003 to create Health Providers Choice, I took with me a deep understanding of the challenges faced by both hospitals and care-givers. Our team is committed to making a difference for the staff, the management and the patients that we all serve. Let us show you how.
Rosemarie P. Torrento, RN
President, CEO Find out what people are saying
She is a very dedicated accounts receivable specialist that gives 150% percent for Health Providers Choice. I have had the great opportunity to work with Nina for almost six years and am awed by her dedication!Carol D.
Donna is focused and hard working. She does so much for the company and stays calm and collected even in her busiest times. She is a great person and I enjoy working with her very much!Nichole G.
Chelsea is awesome! I have only worked with her for a short amount of time now, but she is an extremely focused, driven, hardworking person and I enjoy working with her.Nichole G.
Bryan is a tech expert! Always very helpful and willing to drop what he is doing and help anyone who needs his assistance.Nichole G.
Nichole is very articulate and precise with her knowledge in marketing, highly profiling HPC throughout Michigan and the world with her skills and talent.Nina R.
Carol is so attentive and is always anticipating my call. They really exceed the standards I expected!Angela P.
Lauren was absolutely wonderful!!!! She worked day and night to accommodate my needs, which was wonderful because near the end of my assignment I experienced complications due to a difficult pregnancy. I cannot say enough kind words.Danielle K.
She is an employee that will go that extra mile and offer assistance to make the office run smoothly.Carol D.
I love working with Rose! The whole organization is very family oriented, everyone there makes you feel a part of that family, and they treat you so well!Yolanda P.
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