Samantha Noah's Bio
Samantha began her career in nursing as a nurse tech in 1996 after graduating from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Health Science Education. She earned an Associate of Science in Nursing from Santa Fe College in 1999, and spent the next 17 years working in Critical Care and Emergency Medicine. She developed a passion for holistic and integrative care during this time period when she became acutely ill herself, and was not able to be treated in the traditional medical paradigm. This experience led her to a personal understanding of what being a “non-traditional” patient feels like in a “traditional” medical establishment. With solid experience and education in allopathic medical and surgical care, combined with years of clinical education and experience in functional medicine, she is able to provide patients of all ages the full spectrum of care that they are seeking.
Samantha graduated with honors from the University of South Alabama in 2016, and is now dual certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center as both a Family Nurse Practitioner and an Adult Acute Care Nurse Practitioner. Her focus is on disease prevention and modification with lifestyle choices. Her passion is keeping families physically, emotionally and spiritually healthy and empowered. Samantha lives with her husband, children, and an array of pets on a small farm in Fort White, and she attends First Baptist Church of High Springs.