Loyola University Chicago

Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing

Faculty and Staff

Kristi Feutz, DNP, FNP-BC

Title/s: Assistant Professor
ANP Program Director

Office #: Building 125, Room 4532, HSD

Phone: 708.216.9692

E-mail: kfeutz@luc.edu


DNP     Loyola University Chicago                          2012

MSN     University of California, San Francisco   1990

BSN     University of Washington                            1983

Research Interests

Dr. Feutz’s research interest is in primary care and women’s health. Her DNP Capstone project was: Cuidate, Implementation of a Culturally Based Sexual Risk Reduction Program for Hispanic Adolescents. This is a CDC supported evidence-based program. This project was funded by the Ruth K. Palmer Memorial Endowment Fund. Dr. Feutz presented her Capstone Project at the 2013 MNRS 37th Annual Research Conference. She followed this with Poster Presentations of the project at The Ruth K Palmer Research Symposium 2013 and the University of Iowa’s 2013 20th National Evidence-Based Practice Conference: Moving EBP Forward-It is Time! Her Capstone manuscript has been accepted for publication in Hispanic Health Care International.

As a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner, Dr. Feutz has provided care to patients across the lifespan in a variety of settings. She currently provides primary care to women in a women’s health practice


Dr. Feutz is the director of the Adult Nurse Practitioner Program and the Family Nurse Practitioner/Emergency Nurse Practitioner program. She teaches at the master’s level including courses in Advanced Health Assessment and Management of Common and Complex problems of the adult and older adult. She is the co-coordinator for the adult primary care practicum courses which includes clinical placements for primary care nurse practitioner students.


Dr. Feutz is an active member of the Niehoff School of Nursing’s Master’s and DNP Program Chairs Committee.  She is a member in several state and national organizations including the Illinois Society for Advance Practice Nurses, Midwest Nurses Research Society, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties, and the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.