Dr. Tamiko Molet, FNP-C
Dr. Molèt is a primary care provider and has providing healthcare for individuals of all ages for over 20 years.
All the individuals who have been under her care know that Dr. Tamiko will repeatedly say every visit; Health is Physical! It is Emotional! It is Spiritual. It is Social, Mental, and Environmental. Health is life, and it is more than going to work and coming home, eating, sleeping, and repeating.
She obtained her Associate’s degree in Nursing in the year 1991 from Nassau Community College. A Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from the University of Alabama in Huntsville, a Master’s degree from Columbia University School of Nursing in 2002, and a Doctorate in Nursing Practice degree in 2019 from Wilkes University Passan School of Nursing. In 2019. She became a Health and Wellness Nurse Coaching from the Integrated Nurse Coach Academy.
Our Primary Care Provider dream: People in Georgia Communities will receive expert healthcare that includes respect and love for people who are often overlooked or judged wrongly. When we decided to open the clinic, we looked over our mission statement and Dr. Molèt asked ” What does the community need?” At her request we went door to door along with her and asked the people in the community what would they like to see in a healthcare clinic, what experiences did they have with other providers, what could be better?
After months of compiling research, going from door to door and prayers, Molèt Health and Wellness was born on February 3, 2023.
We now give expert, cutting edge healthcare to vulnerable people who are often overlooked in the world of healthcare. Helping people meet their needs whether mentally, spiritually, emotionally, socially and physically is what we love.
Individuals have access to our facility by public transportation, our truck drivers have their DOT Exams with ease and being that we are near interstates we are convenient. Weekend hours are convenient as is quick lab results.
Experiences include working at Barnard College, Baruch College in New York City, Catholic Charities, CNN/Turner Broadcasting, and Ponca City Indian Reservation in Oklahoma.She enjoys serving vulnerable people. For example, her volunteer activities include working with people such as homeless men shelters, the Florida Mission of Mercy, and Camp Amerikids. She is presently employed as an FNP in Occupational health outside of her private practice hours where she also works with people in the community.
Self-Care is also important for her as she says it gives her the ability to care for others. During her free time, she enjoy reading, researching, writing, canoeing, decorating, gardening, and spending quality time with her family.
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