I graduated nursing school in 1998. I began my nursing journey at University of Chicago where I had the privilege of working with patients daily. I had the good fortune that my commitment to my patients was recognized by my colleagues who honored me with awards for my compassionate nursing approach.
In 2000, I joined Litholink, the leading kidney stone prevention laboratory in the country. There I worked with Drs. Fredric Coe and John Asplin, internationally recognized thought leaders in the field of kidney stone prevention. In my nearly 12 years at Litholink, I helped educate and support thousands of patients on the treatment recommendations from their physicians.
I left Litholink and became a health coach at The Institute for Integrative Nutrition. My role as health coach is to support, motivate and inspire you to make the changes you need in order to create the life you desire.
Testimonials From Colleagues
During the 12 years she worked at Litholink, Jill Harris gave thousands of kidney stone patients the advice and support they needed to achieve dietary and lifestyle changes their physicians had prescribed for them. She is an invaluable resources for patients and their families.
–Fredric L Coe, MD Professor of Medicine, University of Chicago
It can be a daunting task for patients to follow a low salt and low oxalate diet, especially if they suffer from other conditions that often necessitate eating foods that are high in oxalate. Jill Harris has the experience and communication skills to help people solve often complex dietary dilemmas. I highly recommend her.
–Robert Nadler, MD Director of Endourology and Stone Disease, Northwestern Medicine