Chelsey is an East Texas native and grew up on a family-owned ranch in Athens, Texas. She attended the University of Texas at Tyler, receiving a Bachelor of Science in nursing degree. In her early nursing years, Chelsey worked in various medical settings, including hospitals, medical-surgical facilities, emergency rooms, and pre-operative care. With the knowledge
Dr. Jordan is currently accepting new pediatric to senior adult patients at PhyNet – Lindale Medical Clinic. He is available for appointments Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 pm. Dr. Jordan offers outpatient services, including primary care services encompassing total health and wellness, disease prevention, physicals, patient education, diagnosis and treatment of acute
PhyNet welcomes Eva Peacock, FNP, to the PhyNet Health family. Eva is available for walk-ins and scheduled appointments at PhyNet – Linden Clinic on Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays. And Tuesdays and Wednesdays at PhyNet – Jefferson Clinic.
Lindale is a beautiful city, and PhyNet is proud to be a new chamber member and medical provider in the town. PhyNet Health offers a wide range of primary care services for the whole family, including, Pediatrics, Men’s and Women’s Health, Chronic Care Management, Allergy, Sinus and Asthama, Annual Wellness Visits, and a wide array
We are pleased to welcome Chrystal Brown APRN, FNP-C to the PhyNet Jefferson Family Clinic care team. Chrystal Barnett Brown, APRN, FNP-C is now accepting new patients. In her 26 years in nursing, she has served as a Charge Nurse, Adjunct Clinical Instructor, Interim Director of Nursing, and is currently a Professor of Nursing at
Now available at all PhyNet Clinics locations. Our COVID-19 “Rapid Test” provides results in 10-minutes. This test is available to children and adults and is covered by most insurance. We accept walk-ins until 3 p.m. Call today for an appointment or request a visit from your Healow app.
Americans aren’t getting any younger. This year, 2.5 million baby boomers will turn 70, according to the AARP, and the other 74.9 million living boomers are all over 50. As this celebrated generation enters their golden years, the healthcare industry faces a challenging new reality: An aging patient population means more individuals with multiple chronic diseases and complex medical needs.