Kellie Kell, RN MSN FNP
Kellie Kell, RN MSN FNP is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, who is currently getting certified with The Institute of Functional Medicine. She grew up in this area, attending local schools and is proud to be providing optimal health care directly to her community.
Kellie attended USF for her Bachelor’s in Nursing and went on to have a successful career as an ER/Trauma nurse at Stanford University. She knew she had much more to develop in her career path and decided to pursue her Master’s Degree/Nurse Practitioner at USCF, specializing in family medicine. As an NP, she has been in a variety of settings including urgent care, women’s health, internal medicine and the emergency room.
As her career has progressed, her passion for health has evolved into integrating and blending traditional medicine principles with an integrated Functional Medicine model, which is an individualized, science-based approach in which patients and practitioners work together to determine how and why illness occurs and restoring health by addressing the root cause of disease, not just “putting band-aids on symptoms.” She believes this is the true path to health and wellness and has helped many people achieve this. She embodies and practices many of the same principles that she suggests for her patients.
Outside of work, Kellie keeps busy working in the ER at USC VHH, being a mother to her 2 children, and enjoys hiking and other outdoor activities.
Kellie was a wonderful listener and spent a lot of time with me during both of my visits. She had great recommendations and is super smart! Staff at the reception area are friendly, patient and kind. Love Oasis Family Medicine!
Oasis is an amazing resource of knowledge in both traditional and functional medicine and I am so lucky to have them in my community. I had never been to a doctors office with so many options for natural health care as well as traditional western medicine. The doctors and nurse practitioner are well educated on nutrition and caring for the body as a whole, finding underlying issues and not just treating symptoms. I have been taking my three young boys to Oasis for a little over a year now and after experiencing them, I plan to go to them myself.