Olive Health LLC is an innovative health practice that is committed to shifting the status quo in healthcare.
Our practice aims to provide an environment where people can come for an encompassing healthcare experience.
We aim to create a tailored healthcare experience that addresses the needs of each unique individual.
Our providers have a unique connection to the special needs community and offer specialized services to Special Olympic athletes. The wellness programs created by the nurse practitioner team targets improving the health of the special needs community while inspiring everyone to take a stand for their health. The practice offers wellness, primary care, aesthetic, and concierge healthcare at an affordable and accessible price.
We are on a mission to change the world through positive and results driven healthcare and wellness.
Mark is an entrepreneur and philanthropist who graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelors of Arts with a major in communications. Mark played football at the University of South Florida and has always loved sports and athletics. Mark found his passion for serving the special needs population while working as a certified personal trainer. During a chance encounter, with a special needs athlete he met when one of his personal training clients asked if he could train her son. From there, Mark’s commitment for serving the special needs community blossomed. He established the Specially Fit Foundation in 2018 which has provided over 1000 individuals with special needs exercise and Special Olympics training. He found that access to quality healthcare was a need in this community and partnered with the nurse practitioner team to create Olive Health. In his free time he enjoys being outdoors, exercising, and volunteering in the community.
Yvette is a certified adult and gerontology nurse practitioner that graduated with her Bachelors degree in Nursing from the University of South Florida in 2010 and her Masters degree in Nursing from the University of Tampa in 2014. She is currently enrolled in her Doctorate program in Nursing at the University of Tampa. She has worked in critical care, hospital medicine, cardiology, case management, and population health. She has a passion for improving care of special needs and vulnerable populations and has transitioned to primary care to improve the prevention of chronic diseases and improve the quality of life of her patients.
She practices with the belief that every patient is her own family and goes the extra mile to coordinate care, decrease barriers and complexity for patients and families in navigating the healthcare system, and personalizing a wellness plan that gets you feeling your best.
In her free time she enjoys being outdoors, traveling, and volunteering with Specially Fit Foundation. She created this practice as she saw the need of the special needs community through her volunteer experience with the Specially Fit Foundation who provides exercise and Special Olympics training for individuals with special needs or disabilities. Serving this community inspired her to create a better system for them and everyone to access care and create wellness that is often viewed as elusive or not available to all. She wants everyone to have the access to the highest quality of care so they can reach their highest potential.
Miranda is a family nurse practitioner that graduated with her masters degree from Franciscan University of Steubenville Ohio in 2014 and her doctorate degree from The University of North Florida in 2020. She has been working in the inpatient setting in the field of cardiology for 7 years prior to transitioning to primary practice. Her belief is to treat others how you want to be treated and how you want your family members to be cared for. She strives to provide high quality and compassionate care to her clients.
She has been married since 2019 and has a daughter who is her world. In her free time she enjoys yoga, going to the beach, and anything Disney related. She also enjoys to travel and especially enjoys traveling to Ohio to visit with her family.
She will be participating in mobile and telehealth primary care and also providing services for esthetics. Esthetic services will include Botulinum toxin and Dermal Filler treatments and has high hopes to provide more esthetic services in the near future.