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Walk In Family Primary Care is a family-owned business that treats infants and up by providing professional care to the communities of Florida.
Our dedicated team of doctors are passionate about helping you be healthy. Since our partners, Walk In Family Psychiatry Care, founded in 2021, has enabled helping thousands of young kids and adults around the state, we believe that Walk In Family Primary Care will have the same positive outreach.
We take a variety of different insurances. If you would like to know if we take your insurance, you can call the office at (407) 986-3400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We also offer affordable self-pay rates.
Walk In Family Primary Care offers Telehealth. Before you schedule a video visit, make sure you contact your insurance company and ask if you have it with your plan.
Michelie is a dual Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner and Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Her interest in science and zeal for helping others started from the time she was a young child in New York. She has an extensive psychiatric background including several years of working in medical hospitals, three years working in a psychiatric hospital and 2 years working in a psychiatric urgent care. She has worked more recently as a Nurse Practitioner in rural areas to improve healthcare access for clients. She also has her MBA. She is often looking for ways to promote mental health and services for the uninsured in the community through education and volunteering. In her career, Michelie has aspired to eliminate the stigma attached to having mental health symptoms and seeking treatment, where people with mental illness and their loved ones are free from shame and guilt.
Our clinic is a strong supporter in education. With that being said, our providers educate our PMHNP/FNP students on what it takes to be in the field. During your session, you may have students in the room that are all HIPAA compliant. If you are not comfortable with that, you can let your provider know before your session begins.