Lisa Lee, MSN, CRNP
Lisa Lee MSN, CRNP is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She received Bachelor of Science degrees from Frostburg State University in Psychology and Sociology, before she began her career in Nursing. She pursued her study in Nursing and received her Bachelor of Science degree from Salisbury University, and was inducted into Sigma Theta Tau International, Honor Society of Nurses. Ms. Lee did her graduate studies at Wilmington University, and received a Master of Science degree with Advanced Certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Ms. Lee has worked for many years in Psychiatric Nursing and the field of Addictions, as well as in Internal medicine. She was Program Director for a Communicable Disease Program for the State of Maryland for 17 years, running the program and serving as clinician in the various clinics. She was Director of Medical Services for a Psychiatric facility, running Medical Services and functioning in the role as Nurse Practitioner, seeing inpatients for their acute and chronic medical needs. She has served as an Instructor to Salisbury University Nursing students, teaching Psychiatric and Medical interventions, in the Practicum portion of the student’s Psychiatric rotation of study. Ms. Lee has one son and one daughter. In her spare time, Ms. Lee enjoys music and bicycling, and spending time with family and friends.
Chichio Hand, R.N., L.Ac.
Chichio, a registered nurse, received her undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland and her masters degree in Acupuncture from Maryland University of Integrative Health (formerly Tai Sophia) in Laurel, Maryland, the oldest accredited acupuncture school in the United States. She is also certified in Chinese dietetics, nutrition and in facial rejuvenation acupuncture.
Chichio continues her studies with world renowned acupuncturist and 88th generation Daoist priest, Jeffrey Yuen. She regularly attends seminars to expand her knowledge of Chinese traditional healing, concentrating on weight loss, preventive care for cancer, fertility and other chronic diseases like insomnia, depression, anxiety, joint pains etc.
Patricia Guay-Berry, RD/LDN, CSO
Patricia (Patty) attended the University of Maryland with aBS in Dietetics and completed her dietetic internship at Hood College. She has been a board certified Registered Dietitian (RD) for 26 years, became a board Certified Specialist in Oncology Nutrition (CSO) in 2015 and has completed training in Integrative & Functional Nutrition in 2016. She has worked in several area hospitals counseling people with diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer. Currently, she works as an outpatient oncology dietitian helping patients undergoing cancer treatment with proper nutrition and counseling on recurrence prevention. She enjoys yoga, running, swimming, and has participated in triathlons and marathons. In addition, she is a swimming instructor for children. Patty’s passion for a healthy lifestyle through nutrition and physical activity will inspire and motivate you to set and meet your health goals!
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