Family Care Clinic Medical Providers
Abby Salmond, FNP
Abby Salmond is a Family Nurse Practitioner with expertise in a wide range of mental health concerns including: Depression, Anxiety, ADHD, PTSD, OCD, Addictions, Eating Disorders, Schizophrenia, and Bipolar Disorders. Abby can also assist patients as a Primary Care Provider to manage various common ailments including: Hypertension, Hyperlipidemia, Illness, Diabetes, Women’s Health, and Health Assessments. Abby provides care to patients with empathy, understanding, patience, and warmth as she recognizes that each patient is a unique individual with various experiences. She is flexible and uses evidence-based practice to assist individuals with their specific personal history, stressful and traumatic life experiences or circumstances, concerns and fears of medications, and she will provide information that will facilitate trust and assist her patients to feel safe and at ease. Abby is excited to apply her experience, compassion, and empathy to work through life experiences in a way that will facilitate her clients to obtain a sense of fulfillment and better quality of life.
Dina Mattingly, FNP
Dina has been in the medical field for over 17 years. She joined the Navy and served for six years as a Hospital Corpsman. She went to school, became an RN, and served the community on medical, surgical, telemetry, and oncology units. After her first child was born, she knew it was time to pursue her life goal as an advanced practice provider. She graduated from Frontier Nursing University with a Master’s in Science as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Her focus is on treating various psychiatric disorders, including depression, anxiety, PTSD, ADHD, bipolar, schizophrenia, and psychosis. Dina can also assist patients as a Primary Care Provider to manage various common ailments, preventive care, disease management, well women exams, geriatrics, and pediatrics. She believes her role as a provider is to be a partner and advocate for her patients. She is passionate about treating the person as a whole, focusing on identifying and correcting underlying causes of mood and behavior changes. Her philosophy is that the patient-provider relationship is a collaborative one in which the provider serves as a trusted resource for the patient on their journey to achieve their definition of ideal wellness.
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