My name is Aubrey. I was born and raised in South Bend, IN. I received my Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Indiana University-South Bend in 2010. I recently joined APMSS in January 2019. Working at APMSS, I feel the staff strives to give our patients excellent care. When I am not working, I enjoy fishing, boating, beaching and spending time with my husband and children.
Hi, my name is Erin. I am originally from Maryland but have lived in Florida for 13 years. I worked in finance for a time before graduating with my Associates in Nursing Science from Florida Southwestern in 2014. I obtained my Bachelor's in Nursing in 2016 from University of South Florida. I truly enjoy working with everyone here and believe we give our best each day for our patients. When I am not at work, I like to cook new recipes and chill out with my dog Peanut.
My name is Jamie and I am a nurse in the PCP. I graduated from Southwest Florida College in 2014 with my associates and began nursing at the Cape Coral Hospital, where I worked on a medical/surgical unit for 2 years and a progressive care unit for 2 years. I started with Advanced Pain Management in October of 2018 and completed my Bachelors degree in March of 2019.
Hi! My name is Jesse, I am an RN at Park Center For Procedures. I was born and raised right here in North Fort Myers. I finished with my Associates in Nursing at Rasmussen College in 2014. I have been with PCP for 4 years. On my off time, I enjoy spending time with my family.
Hello! My name is Julie, and I am an RN in PCP. I was born and raised in Evansville, IN. However, most people think I am from KY due to my accent. I became a nurse in 2008, and have worked in Med/Surg, Cardiac/Thoracic surgery step down, Memory care, Home health (specializing in wound care), and now I am the Infection prevention nurse for APMSS. My motto is, clean hands save lives!
Hey y'all! My name is Lisa and I was born and raised in Huntsville, AL. ROLLTIDE! I started working in healthcare as a CNA at an assisted living facility. I absolutely loved it! This was the affirmation I needed before beginning my journey in becoming a nurse. I've been a registered nurse for over two years and I am honored to be able to be a part of the rehabilitative process of patients in pain. Fun Fact: "Rolltide" is how we Alabamians say, "Have a good day, Hello, Goodbye, etc." ROLLTIDE y'all!!!!
Originally from Kansas, I began with APMSS in 2002 as an X-ray technician. When APMSS went to electronic medical records, I became the Nextgen EHR specialist, coordinating and training staff for the transition. I enjoyed having an intricate part in planning and opening Park Center for Procedures, the APMSS ambulatory surgical center and, in 2009, became ASC Administrator. After residing in West Palm Beach for several years, I returned to APMSS in 2018 as ASC Administrator.
My name is Sydney. I graduated as a registered nurse from Florida SouthWestern State College and have been with at Advanced Pain Management & Spine Specialists ever since. I am currently working on completing my BSN in nursing and will graduate in the summer of 2020. I am very thankful to be a part of our great nursing team here.
Hi, My name is Roslyn. I was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY and moved to sunny southwest Florida 8 years ago. In 2017, I became a registered nurse and worked on the Progressive Care Unit at Fawcett Memorial Hospital. In addition to being a member of PCP, I am working on my Bachelor's degree. In my free time, I am making memories with my family.
Hi, my name is Sarah. I was born in Germany and shortly after our family moved to Georgia. My mother and I came to SW FL on vacation and never left. I started in Park Center four years ago as a new nurse. I learned a lot from my peers and continue to learn everyday. I am now the Nurse Manager and am proud to be part of a great team. I love Peruvian food and enjoy spending my days off doing anything outside.
My name is Wendy and relocated to Florida in June 2018. In 2013, I began as a Medical/Surgical Registered nurse in Illinois and found that pain management was an important and complicated issue for all areas of healthcare. I transferred to the pain management group and was fortunate to find a great group in PCP when I moved here. Outside of work, I am a "sports mom," spending most weekends with my husband watching one of my children's sporting events.