Training & Education

Degree

Georgia State University, Atlanta

Certifications and Special Training

American Nurses Credentialing Center, Adult Nurse Practitioner
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, Family Nurse Practitioner

Insurance Information

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Ratings & Reviews

4.85 out of 5
8 Reviews

The star rating is a calculation based on feedback from our patients using our nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. Learn more about our survey process. Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.

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    April 7th 2022
    Good.

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    March 4th 2022
    Good

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    February 24th 2022
    Provider considers my whole person, understanding all factors in my care. She does very well explaining the how and why I need to incorporate healthy habits into my daily routine.

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    February 11th 2022
    Everyone is great; just waiting is long, most of time I am the last patient to leave a lot of times people where you check in is gone for the day.

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    December 9th 2021
    *Leesa is an amazing provider that shows the utmost concern & care for not only myself but for all of her patients. The congenital heart team is hands down one of the best teams that I have been cared by.
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      November 4th 2021
      No bad experience at all. As a recovering addict I sometimes feel judged. I was very comfortable here.
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      October 29th 2021
      I recognize that total weight carried adds extra work for the heart, and it being a cardiology clinic, weight is a thing to be discussed. However, I can't help but feel that the repeated use of the phrase "calories in, calories out" shows a gross lack of understanding of how weight actually works. I do not feel my provider is adequately educated in nutrition; aware of the fact that BMI is a flawed metric; up-to-date on weight-related research in regards to metabolism and set-points; aware or concerned that due to a long history of medical trauma centering on weight, a patient might have a panic attack or easting disorder flare-up when discussions of weight are treated so reductively during an office visit; or that their own internalization of societal beauty standards does not mean that it's ok to discuss a patient's body with people not on the patient's healthcare team, even if they view the changes in the patient's body as positive.
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      August 19th 2021
      All the care providers were top notch! They explained my husband's medical details and were very thorough.