Dr. Amanda Flynn – Doctor Of Osteopathic Medicine
Amanda has been practicing Family Medicine in Anderson since 2004. She obtained her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree and her Masters of Public Health degree from Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Lauderdale, FL. She completed her residency at AnMed Health Family Medicine Residency program and is board certified in Family Medicine. She has been married for 15 years to her husband, Roger and has two beautiful girls, Bella and Emma.
As an osteopathic physician, Dr. Flynn practices a “whole-person” approach to promoting, maintaining and restoring health. She has received special training in the musculoskeletal system so that she can better understand how that system influences the rest of the body. She also helps patients develop attitudes and a way of life that helps to prevent disease and promote self-healing. Dr. Flynn has interests in Integrative medicine, Nutritional medicine and bioidentical hormone replacement.
Nicole has worked in healthcare for nine years. She has a bachelor’s degree in community health with a concentration in wellness & health promotion from SUNY Cortland as well as a master’s degree in student affairs administration from Binghamton University. She worked as a health educator before pursuing her bachelor’s in nursing at the University of Rochester. She is a graduate of the Clemson University Family Nurse Practitioner program. Nicole has experience in medical/surgical, bariatric surgery, recovery room, and family medicine specialties. Her education and professional background allow her to focus on disease prevention and holistic wellness for her patients.
Nicole and her husband Nick have lived in South Carolina for 5 years. They met while finishing their degrees in Rochester, NY. They enjoy hiking together with their black lab and taking dance lessons. Nicole enjoys reading, yoga and visiting her family in her free time.
Theressa N. Thomas
Theressa N. Thomas FNP received her bachelor’s in nursing from the University of South Carolina Upstate in Spartanburg, South Carolina. She has been a nurse for 8 years, with 6 years in pediatric critical care nursing. Theressa enjoyed the challenges of critical care and developed a desire to return to school. She graduated Sigma Theta Tau with her master’s in nursing from Simmons College in Boston, MA.
Theressa strives for excellence in the care she provides and aspires to improve quality of life through education and partnerships with her patients. Theressa is gratified through meeting and caring for many people of all different walks of life, which has been her greatest reward as a health care provider.
Outside of work, Theressa finds joy in spending time with her husband, their two daughters, and two dogs. She also enjoys a good book, a good trip, and good company.