Heather believes in building strong provider-patient relationships through honesty, integrity, and trust. Heather Whittemore, FNP-BC. Heather is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, has a Master's and Bachelor's degree in Nursing, has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with independent studies in behavior modification, a Bachelor's degree in English with a certification in Technical Writing and Communication, and has a diploma in Nutritional Counseling and Weight Loss. She also has advanced training in all medical aesthetic procedures offered at Be Well.
Patient Care Coordinator
I have worked in customer service & coordination for over 30 years. The clients being my main focus. My drive derives from Philippians 4:13 "I can do all things through Christ."
Hello! I have been an RN for 13 years. I graduated with a Bachelor in Science in Nursing from the University of Tennessee. I worked as an oncology & hospice nurse for many years. I am very excited to now be working at Be Well where I can help patients feel & look their best. I love spending time with my beautiful family & friends. I enjoy playing sports, being outside, sewing/ embroidering, and learning new hobbies.
Michelle Currier is a Family Nurse Practitioner. Michelle attended Lincoln Memorial University for both her Master’s and Bachelor’s in Nursing. She is Board Certified through the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Michelle is also a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and is certified in Medical Aesthetics. Michelle loves her patients and wants to help each of them have healthier lifestyles through quality care and informed health decisions. During her time away from work you can find her spending time with her daughter, reading a good book, or traveling.
I have been a RN for 46 yrs. Caring for others was my calling in life & I am very blessed to be a part of Be Well.
I started my nursing career later in life at age 37. I have been an RN for 29 very rewarding years. I love people and was always excited to see what each day would hold, and the difference I could make in a patients life. One of my greatest accomplishments was completing advanced degrees at age 49. Even though I have retired from a hospital setting, I still get to make a difference in people's lives. It is just in a different way.