The mission of Impact Family Wellness is to provide a judgement free environment where we can take care of our members as we would our own family.
Insurance companies and skyrocketing medical prices should not impede patients from receiving excellent care. It was obvious to Monica that the barrier to her providing exceptional care for her patients was in insurance guidelines and restrictions. By adopting the DPC model, our providers can spend the time they need care for our patients and ensure patients are treated the way we would want our own family to be treated.
The ideal patient in the DPC model has a high deductible, catastrophic, or health sharing plan to cover things that cannot be treated in the primary care setting. We will happily take the uninsured and take care of as much of their care as possible.
Monica is a mom, wife, sister, aunt, tennis player, amateur seamstress, avid sports fan, and loves to spend her spare time with her family. As a Family Nurse Practitioner for more than 10 years, she has seen the best and the worst in the medical field. Her passion is to take care of patients how she would want her own family to be cared for.
12+ years of experience:
Monica is an Ohio native but recently moved to Cedar Park after spending the last 7 years in Albuquerque, NM. Her best friend and husband, Clayton, works in cyber security and makes sure Monica’s office is secure from all cyber hackers. She has a step son attending New Mexico State University and also a six year old son to keep her on her toes.
Joanna is a native Texan that has dedicated her career to providing convenient, holistic healthcare to patients of all ages. She loves to support them in achieving their goals and optimal health, while preventing illness.
12+ years of experience:
Joanna and her husband, Brad, have two adorable young children that keep life busy and very entertaining. She enjoys traveling, cooking, and spending time with her family.
Katie is a native Texan that developed a passion for treating patients at a primary care level during her time as a Critical Care nurse. With over five years of experience working in various Intensive Care Units, Katie witnessed firsthand how important preventative healthcare and disease management is in the primary care setting. This experience inspired Katie to pursue her passion and become a Family Nurse Practitioner. Katie is dedicated to providing the best care possible to her patients so that they may live happy and healthy lives.
· The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston: Master of Science in Nursing
· Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi: Bachelor of Science in Nursing
· Texas A&M University: Bachelor of Science in Allied Health
Katie and her husband, Scott, have two weenie dogs and enjoy the great outdoors, camping, cooking, and traveling together as a family.
Jessica has been very passionate about taking care of others from an early age. Born in New Jersey to Immigrant parents, Jessica has witnessed, firsthand, the need for health care providers to serve the Hispanic/ Latino community. Her time as an oncology nurse helped her appreciate the importance of preventative screening and care. This led her to become a nurse practitioner with a goal of promoting wellness and illness prevention. Her passion is to provide holistic healthcare to all of her patients so that they can live their best life. Jessica is fluent in Spanish.
· The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston – Master of Science in Nursing
· The University of Texas at Austin- Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Jessica and her husband, Zach, have a daughter and two English Springer Spaniel pups that keep them very busy. In her spare time, Jessica enjoys traveling, trying different local restaurants, and spending time with her family.
Although she has a long way to go to be as great as Rocco, Ruby is working everyday to be the best office greater out there! She's still a puppy, but learning to be on her best behavior. Ruby is a lab/boxer mix that joined the IFW family in January 2022.
Unfortunately we lost our 1st "employee" in February of 2022 to nasal cancer. Rocco was incredibly loved and the best office dog ever! He will be greatly missed and forever remembered. RIP sweet Rocco!