Singh-Brown earns doctor of nursing degree
Premier Mobile Health Services founder and CEO Nadine (Deanie) Singh-Brown has earned her doctor of nursing degree from South University.
Singh-Brown has over 20 years of nursing experience in various health practices, including health promotion, disease prevention and managing acute and chronic disorders and diseases. She founded Premier Mobile Health Services in 2018 with a mission to provide care to the medically vulnerable and uninsured children and families in Fort Myers and neighboring communities. The operation now includes two mobile medical clinics and a walk-in clinic staffed with multi-lingual professionals providing health screenings, health education and disease management services.
Premier is also celebrated as a teaching facility and Singh-Brown was recently awarded Preceptor of the Year in 2022 for Nova Southeastern University.
Premier specializes in serving members of the community that fall below the poverty guidelines. Because of this, 67% of the population they serve receive their health services for free or they are given a sliding scale. These services include providing medical supplies, blood pressure checks, health screening, laboratory testing, lipid panels, basic metabolic profiles, prescriptions, HIV testing, STD screening and TB testing. Free care is offered for victims of human trafficking, domestic violence victims and for the homeless.
The mission of Premier Mobile Health Services is to provide quality health care services to the medically vulnerable and to those who are at most risk of developing and experiencing long term illnesses and hospitalization. As a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization, it provides service through donations and grants. For further information c