Deanna Bishop, APRN, FNP-C, is a family nurse practitioner who sees patients ages 2 and older. “My philosophy is to care for the person as a whole. Oftentimes there are things going on in a patient’s home that he or she may not be sharing. I take the time to listen, so I can fully understand what may be affecting their health.”
After growing up working as a candy striper in the summers and as a nurse aid with her mother, Deanna decided to pursue nursing. “I wanted to be in a position to make a real difference in people’s lives, changing outcomes one patient at a time.”
When not seeing patients, Deanna is very active in her church where she participates in medical mission trips. She also loves singing karaoke.
Lynn brings almost 30 years of health care experience in intensive care, case management, skilled and long-term care, home health, and senior living. Lynn worked in long term care as a Director of Nursing and Regional Skilled Nurse Consultant for 18 years, including through the COVID-19 pandemic. As well, Lynn has served on the Texas HealthCare Nursing Council; collegiate advisory boards for the development of nursing curriculum; consulting areas including medical case reviews and expert witness testimony. Lynn obtained her BSN in 1992 from Stephen F. Austin SU after serving in the U.S. Army.
Lynn is currently a Regional Clinical Director for a privately owned senior living company in Dallas, Texas. The position requires multi-state regulatory compliance knowledge and oversight. In addition to collaborating to provide on-site and remote support of the clinical operation components for Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Independent Living communities in four states. She has been an integral part of implementing and maintaining the clinical portion of the electronic medical record platforms. Lynn brings knowledge and expertise in resident care practices; policies, procedures, and regulations for each state; infection prevention and control management; as well as staff mentoring and development.
Lynn has worked with the Diamond HealthCare Consulting team since 2012.
Megan completed her BSN in 2015 and fell in love with the field of psychology. She quickly rose through the ranks of UT Behavioral Health Center and was there until its closure in April 2020. She has since worked in home health and hospice.
Other than specializing in psych, she has become an expert Infection Preventionist, including all things COVID19 related. She is proficient in policy and procedure development and giving direction to new employees from any discipline.
On a personal note, she is very active in church and loves going on medical mission trips. She is married to Dalton, and they have one child.