Meet Your Care Team


Our Diverse Staff Reflects the Diversity of Our Patients

Nirvana clinicians and their support staffs are extraordinary. Their training, professional experience, cultural backgrounds, and ages are diverse—but their commitment to their patients is the same—110 percent, always. Highly sensitive to their patients’ cultural diversity and how this can affect attitudes and behaviors, clinicians “meet patients on their home ground.” Most of our caregivers are fluent in Spanish, a major factor in enhancing patient comfort level and ability to communicate,

Our clinicians’ North Star is “Give Each Patient the Very Best Care Possible.” To achieve this goal, physicians, nurses, physician assistants, and therapists listen closely, respond compassionately, and look for opportunities to educate. To promote a more healthful lifestyle, they show patients how to be proactive in their healthcare decisions and emphasize the importance of preventative care.

As members of a team, our clinicians collaborate with their teammates whenever sharing information may lead to more accurate diagnoses and, therefore, more effective treatment regimens. Finally, our clinicians consider their colleagues family. That’s why the Nirvana tagline, “Our Family Caring for Yours,” also is the Nirvana truth.

Internist: A physician specializing in internal medicine, a branch that deals with the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases in adult patients. Internists have completed medical school followed by a residency in internal medicine and may treat a full range of health conditions in hospitals or outpatient settings.

Nurse Practitioner: A registered nurse with additional specialized training that allows them to provide care, diagnose diseases, and prescribe medications. Nurse practitioners are primary care providers, and some may specialize in areas like family, pediatric, or psychiatric care.

Psychiatrist: A physician who specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental health conditions. After medical school, they undergo training in the field of psychiatry and can prescribe medication for disorders like bipolar disorder. Some psychiatrists may specialize further, such as in addiction medicine or consultation liaison psychiatry.

Advanced Practice Nurse: A registered nurse with extensive training and education beyond the basic nursing curriculum. This can include nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, and nurse anesthetists. They can develop treatment plans, prescribe medication, and manage patient care in a variety of settings.

Geriatrician: A physician specializing in geriatric care who is dedicated to promoting the health and well-being of older adults, ensuring their unique needs and challenges are met with the utmost expertise and compassion. Following medical school, they receive additional training in the healthcare needs of the elderly, often providing care in hospitals or nursing homes.

Vascular Surgeon: A physician trained in surgery and medicine related to the blood vessels. After medical school, they undergo specialized training to treat diseases affecting the vascular system.

Pharmacist: A healthcare professional with extensive training in medications. They provide patient education regarding the use of drugs, potential side effects, and manage medication to ensure patient safety.

Physiatrist: A physician specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation. After medical school, they are trained to treat patients with physical disabilities, design treatment plans, and collaborate with a range of healthcare providers for patient well-being.

Family Medicine: Refers to a primary care physician who treats patients of all ages, from children to adults. They manage a wide variety of health conditions, provide preventive care, and offer check-ups.

Certified Physician Assistant: A healthcare professional who has completed an accredited program and passed the certification exam. Physician assistants practice medicine under the supervision of physicians, can diagnose illnesses, develop treatment plans, and prescribe medications.

Physician: A medical professional who has completed medical school and additional training in a particular area of specialty. Physicians diagnose, treat diseases, and promote health and well-being in their patients.

Our Team
Meet Our Clinicians
Vein and Vascular Services
Speaks Spanish
Primary Care
Speaks Spanish
Speaks Spanish
Primary Care
Speaks Russian, Ukrainian, & Spanish
Behavioral Health
Speaks Amharic
Primary Care
Speaks Tagalog
Speaks Spanish
Speaks Spanish
Primary Care
Speaks French-Creole

Senior Management

Our Diverse Staff Reflects the Diversity of Our Patients

One man had a vision. He brought that vision to life by establishing Nirvana Healthcare Management Services. What began as one medical practice in East Orange seventy years ago has now grown into a far-reaching network of healthcare providers committed to providing a wide range of services to the public, other healthcare providers, and the community.

Nirvana Healthcare Management Services’ multiple goals are ambitious and realistic. Its innovative community service programs are working to increase public awareness and to change individual behaviors as these behaviors affect health. Our long-term goal is to significantly improve healthcare outcomes, with intentional focus on strengthening our services to patient populations that, for decades, have not been adequately served.

Nirvana’s clinicians are healers and educators. We are convinced that preventative medicine and proactive community service programs can change people’s lives for the better. We are very proud of what has already been accomplished and are poised to accomplish even more. We have the vision, the determination, and the clout.

Nirvana: “Healing Our Patients and Our Community.”

Director of Clinical Operations: This position oversees the daily operations of a clinical department, ensuring efficiency, quality, and performance meet industry standards.

Director of Human Relations: Responsible for managing the human resources department of a company. Ensures the company attracts, retains, and develops the best employees.

Director of Population Health: Responsible for creating and implementing strategies to improve the health of a specific population or community.

Director of Marketing and Communications: This leadership position focuses on setting and implementing marketing strategies to reach the target audience. They also oversee public relations, social media marketing, and email marketing efforts.

Director of Client Communications: Responsible for managing and developing communication strategies targeted towards clients to ensure satisfaction and retention.

Director of Finance: This position oversees the financial operations of a company, ensuring fiscal responsibility, efficiency, and quality in financial processes.

Director of Operations: Tasked with overseeing the daily operations of an organization, this position ensures all processes run smoothly and efficiently.

Director of IT: Leads the IT department and is responsible for the development, implementation, and management of the company’s technology infrastructure.

Our Team
Meet Our Senior Management

Want to Join Our Team?

Are you interested in a rewarding career path? At Nirvana Healthcare, we pride ourselves on having a team of dedicated employees who share the common goal of putting superior patient care above all else. When looking for new employees to join our team, we look for the following job skills:

  • Leadership skills
  • Communication skills
  • Planning skills
  • Solid knowledge of their chosen industry whether it be healthcare or business operations
  • Implement and set goals
  • Project management
  • Manage tasks
  • Research skills
  • Create and develop strategies
  • Deep knowledge of company policies and procedures
  • Fulfills their job duties and responsibilities
  • Education: Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree, and/or related work experience