From Little Girl to Family Nurse Practitioner
‘I decided I wanted to be a nurse at the age of five. I loved caring for animals when I was younger…much to my mothers dismay, but the idea that I could care for “humans” happened when I saw a nurse on television and I knew…this was my purpose.’ Donna London see her medical practice as her calling. How many providers remember this? I think even after all the hustle and bustle every provider can tell you a similar stirring in their soul.
Donna London’s goal as a healthcare professional the first time she sees a new client?
‘My goal is to assure patients feel heard, respected and validated by making them feel we are partners in their health and wellness care. I believe this empowers and encourages patients to become proactive participants in their health care and as a result achieve better health outcomes.’ She believes in preventive medicine. When a medical provider can really know and have a relationship with their patients so many other things about one’s health is understood and easier to face.
She has a personal Heart’s Desire to personally have a better understanding of her patients
‘It’s my heart’s desire to truly “see” my patients, to meet them where they are in their illness or health, so together we can make a difference in their overall wellbeing.’
Donna’s view on western medicine (allopathic) v. eastern (naturopathic) medicine?
Western medicine alone does not mirror what patients want from the health care community. More patients, are searching for practitioners who provide both or at least one who is open to the idea.For the best health care outcomes, I believe combining traditional and naturopathic medicine plays an important role in clinical practice.
Donna is currently accepting new patients
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