Nadia Simplice, PMHNP, MSN, BSN
Nadia Simplice, PMHNP has over 20 years of clinical experience. She earned a Post Master’s Degree in Mental Health at the University of Cincinnati, a Master of Science in Nursing in Maryville University, and a BSN in Mountain State University. Nadia has worked with low-income mental health population in Deltona, FL. Her clinical expertise is in depression, anxiety, PTSD, and ADHD. She has extensive experience working with various age groups including the elderly at nursing home, ALF, and with home bound patients. She has held various roles in mental health hospitals and private practices in the community including Relief Charge Nurse. Nadia has experience in precepting new nurses and nurse practitioners.
Nadia has a passion for the well-being and care of others. She has actively volunteered at the Annual Caribbean Health Summit educating the Haitian community on various health matters. Nathaniel’s Hope is also another agency where she has been privileged to volunteer of her time and energy for the families of kids with special needs. Nadia is fluent in Creole and French and has a genuine way to engage with patients of all backgrounds. Nadia is family-oriented and wholeheartedly believes in the strength of the family unit and the importance of a social support system. On her spare time, she enjoys spending quality time with family and loved ones.