Mother, grandmother and Nurse Practitioner, Dr. Avis Spradley Brown, is a dedicated health professional with decades of experience and commitment to her community. To accomplish these roles, she received her education from Barry University in Miami Shores, Florida, where in the year 2000, she earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and became licensed as a registered nurse. In 2014, Dr. Brown received a Master’s of Science in Nursing from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University and became a licensed, accredited and board-certified nurse practitioner. Most recently, she received her Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Capella University in 2019, studying the effects of an alcohol withdrawal protocol in the acute care setting.
Dr. Brown currently works in the hospital setting as a Hospitalists APRN. With an obvious passion for using her skills to help others, she recently launched a new mobile healthcare company with her spouse. BrownDNP healthcare solutions, LLC. BrownDNP offers a unique perspective on healthcare delivery and access. Her framework includes in-person healthcare, mobile healthcare, telehealth and house calls. Ensuring all people have a preference for receiving health. Dr. Brown recently joined Monarch Healthcare.
It is her mission to serve her community and fellow providers in a way that helps them to learn, grow and strengthen their ties and sustainability. Most importantly, she wants these qualities to expand both in and outside of her community, reaching well across the globe to populations most in need.
Alongside her role in nursing, Dr. Brown is a member of the Board of Directors for the Sickle Cell Foundation of Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast. She is a founding member of the Black Nurses of Palm Beach County and recently completed her second term as President. Dr. Brown is most proud of leading PBCBNA on a global medical mission in 2017 to Ghana Africa. Dr. Brown is the current Vice President of the Black Nurse Practitioners of Palm Beach County, a founding member, and chairperson of the conference committee. Dr. Brown's goal is to expand the role and increase the presence of Nurse Practitioners in both the community and health care industry. In doing so, she hopes to gain valuable partnerships that will address health disparities that will lead to positive change for each and every member of the community.
“To whom much is given, much is required”