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Specialty: Family Practice
Degree: PA
Training:

Amanda received her undergraduate degree in Biology from Olivet Nazarene University in Illinois.  She graduated with honors and went directly from her undergraduate studies to the Physician Assistant Program at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX, where she received her Master’s in Physician Assistant Studies.

After graduation from PA school, Amanda was commissioned into the United States Navy as a Medical Service Corps Officer and served for 3 years of active service before deciding to leave active service to start a family and finish her commitment as a Reserve Officer.  While in active service Amanda worked in Aviation Medicine, Family Medicine, and Pediatrics.

Amanda has always enjoyed serving others and is excited to continue that here at The Health Center of Southeast Texas.  Her passion is walking alongside patients to help them understand their health and enabling them to take a proactive role in their care.

Personal Information

Specialty: Family Practice
Degree: DNP, ARNP, FNP-C
Training:  I obtained a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from the University of Science and Technology Ghana 2001. I graduated from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi with both my bachelor’s in nursing and master of nursing degrees in 2008 and 2014.

I am licensed with the Texas Board of Nurse Examiners (TBONE) as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP-C) and certified with the American Association of Nurse Practitioner (AANP). I worked in family practice in Houston and Spring area before joining the elite providers of HCSET.

I Hold a Doctorate of Nursing Practice Degree (DNP) from Chatham University with a special evidenced based capstone research on improving chronic disease outcomes through group education especially in uncontrolled diabetes.

My philosophy of care is:  best care; every patient; every time!

Personal Information

Specialty: Family Practice
Degree: DNP, ARNP, FNP-C
Training: It takes a lot of professionalism and dedication to serving the community. As experienced medical professionals we may know how to treat diseases, however, being a medical provider in this community entails knowledge beyond books, sometimes a heart goes with every medical issue we deal with every single day. We can’t help but blend in with the community, share the pain and happiness of the people we serve beyond their medical problems and sometimes a little piece of our well-being goes with the prescription we write.

I started as a mid-level provider in 2014 after I finished my Master’s Degree in Nursing, specializing in Family Nursing Practice at Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science in Los Angeles, California. During my first year at the HCSET, I was studying full time for my Doctoral degree and finally awarded with Doctor of Nursing Practice by Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. That same year I was offered an adjunct faculty position mentoring graduate level students in one of the Universities in the country.

I hold two Bachelor degrees and a Doctoral degree from my home country before I migrated to the US with my family in 2003, practiced in Labor and delivery and Surgical /Operating Room units In Brownsville, Texas. I started teaching at the nursing program and practiced as a midlevel provider in a private clinic in the same city.

Working in this community is as fulfilling as mentoring graduate level students and I am hoping to spend more years doing what I do.

Personal Information

Speciality: Family Practice
Degree: PA
Training: Ms. McGee received her undergraduate degree, a Major in Biology and a Minor in Chemistry, from Xavier University of Louisiana. She taught Integrated Physics and Chemistry for 3 years at Klein Forest High School before deciding to continue on with her education. Ms. McGee then attended UTSouthwestern Medical Center at Dallas’ Allied Health School where she graduated with a Master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies.

 Upon graduation, she worked in the fields of internal medicine and weight loss at Lakeside Medical Clinic in Conroe and pediatrics at HourClinic in Houston. In her free time, Ms. McGee enjoys spending time with her children, reading, and traveling.

Ms. McGee is currently a Physician Assistant at The Health Center of Southeast Texas. She has practiced medicine her since 2009. She is from the Spring area and hopes to give back to her community by providing superior medical services to all of her patients here.

Personal Information

Specialty: Family Practice
Degree: Ph.D of Medicine
Training: Dr. Jasmine Sulaiman is a board-certified family physician who serves as medical director for all clinic locations since 2006. She completed her residency at Columbia University in 1999 where she was the chief resident. She completed a post-graduate training in Health Leadership and Community Medicine from Duke University and in Faculty Development from The University of North Carolina.

 She has extensive experience in primary care, emergency medicine, and medical teaching. She is a member of The American Academy of Family Physician, World Organization of Family Physicians and Texas Medical association. She currently serves as the Medical Director at The Health Center of Southeast Texas.

 Her areas of interest are preventive health care, patient education, care of chronic disease and palliative care.

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