Sovah Health announced March 8, 2021 that nurse practitioner Allison Bailey, FNP has joined Sovah Physician Practices and is providing primary care for Sovah Family Medicine – Mount Hermon. Sovah Family Medicine - Mount Hermon will serve as Allison’s home base, and she will also help support our Brosville and Gretna clinics as well.
“We are excited to welcome Allison to our team of providers at Sovah Physician Practices,” said Alan Larson, Market President, Sovah Health and CEO, Sovah Health – Danville. “Her educational background and experience combined with a passion for her patients will help us to meet the healthcare needs of our region.”
Allison received her Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) – Family Nurse Practitioner degree from Walden University (Minneapolis, MN). She received her Associate Registered Nurse diploma from Danville Regional Medical Center’s School of Health Professions (Danville, VA) and has been practicing as a registered nurse at Sovah Health for 9 years.
At Sovah Family Medicine – Mount Hermon, Allison is specializing in primary care for children and adults, annual physicals, immunizations, high blood pressure, diabetes management, school physicals, and chronic disease management. Allison is accepting new patients, and appointments may be made by calling 434.835.0105. The practice is located at 2767 Franklin Turnpike, Danville, VA.
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