Jason Boothe, MD
Medical School: Florida State University
Undergraduate: Florida State University
Philosophy: As a physician, I cherish and value the opportunity to assist you in reaching the goals you have set forth for your life. I will do my best to partner with you during the process of maintaining and/or restoring your health.

Laura Stamm, MD
Medical School: Mount Sinai
Undergraduate: University of California
Philosophy: I strive to be a partner to my patients, serving as an advisor and guide through their health issues and working together with them to achieve their health goals. I think it is important for a physician to know their patients as people in order to provide the best care.

Mackenzie Tuzzolo, MD
Medical School: The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University
Undergraduate: East Carolina University
Philosophy: The calling of a physician is more than just to treat illness and injury. It is to welcome patients into the family, care for their interests and needs, and advocate for them always. To treat the patient is to treat the body, mind, and soul.

Ernestina Nyarko, MD 
Medical School: University of Pennsylvania
Undergraduate: Emory University
Philosophy: I believe in working diligently and wholeheartedly to offer the best care for my patients as their partner in helping them live healthy full lives.

Robyn Monckton, MD
Medical School: Florida International University
Undergraduate: University of Florida
Philosophy: As a family practitioner I believe in the practice of patient-centered medical care focused on the whole person. Through thoughtful listening and genuine consideration, I will treat all of my patients as if they were a member of my own family.

Carly Ragland, DO
Medical School: Edward Via Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Undergraduate: North Carolina State University
Philosophy: I believe a physician is someone who works together with the patient to achieve the best possible outcome through effective communication, compassion and understanding of one's culture and personal values. Obtaining one's confidence as well as trust is key to a physician's success in developing lifelong relationships with each patient.

Shamille Hariharan
Shamille Hariharan, MD
Medical School: St. George's University
Undergraduate: University of Prince Edward Island
Philosophy: I believe that health comes from a balance of mind, body, and spirit. I am passionate about empowering others and I believe that I can do so as a physician by acting as a guide to my patients on their individual journeys to physical health, emotional happiness, and overall wellbeing. The healing relationship is unique and special; to be a healer is an honor and a lifelong learning experience. I am grateful for the opportunity to be a part of this community and grow with it in health and happiness.     

Sean Johnson
Sean Johnson, MD
Medical School: Howard University
Undergraduate: Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University

Douglas Meardon, MD
Medical School: George Washington University
Undergraduate: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Philosophy: Medicine and healing require more than just a pill. I want to build trusting relationships with my patients to understand them as individuals and work together towards a healthy life.