“My desire to become a Nurse Practitioner came after I had surrendered my life to Jesus Christ and began to have a desire to fulfill HIS calling for my life. I had been in the nursing field for 20 years and began to research the role of Family Nurse Practitioner. I completed my degree in 1998 and began work in an urgent care clinic and then transferred to a rural health clinic.
In 2009, I completed in-depth mental health training, earning a post-master’s degree and certification in psychiatric mental health.
Over the past 22 years as a nurse practitioner, I have watched the focus in primary care change drastically. With the increase in both state and local government involvement in the healthcare of American citizens, has come tremendous burdensome regulations for all medical providers. As a result, the time spent with each patient has been greatly reduced and tragically, providers are losing their freedom to practice medicine according to what is best for each individual patient.
At God’s leading, I felt it was time to open a private practice that does not file insurance of any kind in order to be free of unnecessary regulations and mandates. This will in turn be beneficial to all patients who will experience more time with their medical provider here at BROCK FAMILY CARE.”
Anne Brock, FNP-BC, PMHNP-BC
Family Nurse Practitioner
University of South Carolina – Columbia, SC – 1998
Psych Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, NC – 2009
American Nurses Credentialing Center
Certified Medical Examiner
US Department of Transportation
Recognized as a Top Nurse Practitioner by Today’s Nurse in 2021