Tracy Thomas, NPTracy Thomas, MSN, ACNP-BC
Tracy has been been a certified as a nurse practitioner for over 20 years.
She has a Masters of Science in Critical Care Nursing from Wayne State University and is board certified from the American Nurses Credentialing Center as an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner.
Tracy has brings experience and expertise in both acute care and outpatient care. Of her 22 years as a nurse practitioner 11 years have been specialized in cardiology, with experience in electrophysiology as well.
Her entire career has been devoted to caring for patients in the Detroit Area. She joined Heart & Vascular Institute in 2012 and brings extensive and unique experiences.
Courtney Fletcher, NPNurse Practitioner
Courtney Fletcher is a Family Nurse Practitioner, board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and licensed by the state of Michigan. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Michigan State University and continued on and obtained her Master of Science degree in Family Nurse Practitioner, graduating with honors. Her scope of practice encompasses health promotion, disease prevention, diagnosis and management of common and complex health care problems.
She began her career over 18 years ago and has an extensive background in cardiovascular diseases and management. She has been with Heart and Vascular Institute since 2010. She has a unique combination of strong nursing skills, technical skills and knowledge in the field of cardiology. She strives to provides vital comprehensive and innovative care during both the critical and palliative stages of illnesses.
Courtney thoroughly enjoys working with her patients and delivering the very best care possible to help them maintain good health. She seeks to acquire a comprehensive evaluation of every patient by taking time to listen and understand their particular needs to deliver the very best care possible. Her true desire is to enhance a positive healing experience, health promotion and improving access to healthcare in underserved populations.