Rachel Reitan (DNP, FNP-c, MSNeD, CWS) is a family nurse practitioner in Wichita Falls, working primarily in infectious diseases and wound care. She manages patients with complicated skin and soft tissue infections, osteomyelitis, prosthetic joint infections, bacteremia, and chronic infectious diseases like HIV, AIDS, chronic and acute wounds, and hepatitis, among many other conditions. She chairs the Infection Control and Antimicrobial Stewardship Committees at United Regional Hospital in Wichita Falls. She also serves as adjunct faculty at Wilson School of Nursing Family Nurse Practitioner Program at Midwestern State University and published an original research article based on her DNP project, titled, "The Risk of Infection and Indication of Systemic Antibiotics in Chronic Wounds" in Wounds Research Journal in 2020. She has been a TNP member since 2016 and serves as a TNP Legislative Ambassador, serves on the TNP Nominating Committee, and has been a TNP Political Action Committee Honoraria since 2020.