Ms. Michelle immigrated to the United States at a young age with her family and grew up in New York. Fluent in both English and Korean, she received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Barnes Jewish College of Nursing in St. Louis, Missouri. After working as an RN in orthopedic and oncology units for over ten years, Ms. Michelle decided to become a primary care provider to better help patients improve their health. She completed her Master of Science in Nursing at Southern Adventist University. Relatively new to the Atlanta area, Ms. Michelle enjoys exploring the local community. At Gwinnett Clinic, she enjoys providing quality care and helping each patient achieve good health.
Michelle Park, FNP-C
Board Certification: American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP)
Family Nurse Practice Training: Southern Adventist University (Collegedale, TN)
I became a nurse practitioner: to help patients receive quality care and meet their health needs.
I enjoy taking care of patients at Gwinnett Clinic because: it serves a diverse patient population with outstanding comprehensive care.
I am currently learning more about: evidence-based practice and treatment options for acute and chronic illnesses.
In my community, I enjoy: exploring new hiking trails and shopping outlets.
My hobbies are: gardening, trying out new recipes, and spending time with family.