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Dr. Debra Boyer

Dr. Boyer graduated from the Ohio State University College of Human Medicine and did her pediatric residency at Hurley Medical Center through Michigan State University. For over 25 years Dr. Boyer has been providing medical care for the children of southeast Michigan in the office and the pediatric emergency room. Dr. Boyer has special interests in nutrition and children with special needs.

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Katie Fenton, CPNP

Katie Fenton CPNP completed her nurse practitioner studies at the University of Michigan. She has worked in cardiac critical care at Mott Children's Hospital and now provides kind and thorough care for children and teens in our office. She has special interests in caring for babies and children with asthma. Her experiences as a foster parent have also given her particular skills in caring for children with special needs.

 

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Lindsey Mitzel, CPNP

Lindsey Mitzel, CPNP, completed her nurse practitioner training at the University of Michigan. She has worked in a variety of pediatric settings, including neonatal intensive care, pediatric sedation, and bone marrow transplant. She especially enjoys working with babies, teens and their families; listening to their concerns and priorities, and helping them to make tailored plans to improve their heath.

 

 

 

 

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Dr. David Thorrez

A graduate of the University of Michigan medical school and St. John's pediatric residency, Dr. Thorrez has devoted over 40 years to the medical care of children and teens. Dr. Thorrez believes that providing medical care for the children of Ypsilanti is God's call on his life, and he has been a trusted and beloved advisor to several generations of families. He is fluent in Spanish and has special interests in asthma and behavioral health.

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Angela Waldman, CPNP

Angie Waldman is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner who completed her master’s degree in nursing at The Ohio State University. She previously worked as a nurse practitioner in Oakland County where she and her husband, Joel, lived for 3 years. They moved to the area in April 2016 to plant a church in Ann Arbor. She is looking forward to being able to provide Christ-centered care to the children of Ypsilanti and surrounding areas. Angie has a special interest in preventing and managing obesity through diet and exercise.