Stacey became an RN in 1997. She began working as a labor and delivery nurse with the dream of becoming a certified nurse-midwife. Life happened, as it does, and she was delayed in her goals. Finally, in 2017, she was able to return to her original dreams. In 2019, she graduated from Frontier Nursing University as a nurse-midwife. Near the end of her time training as a midwife, she became aware of a significant gap in care for the people in her care. Perinatal mental health is an area many prescribers feel uncomfortable with. Stacey decided to return to school one more time to obtain her psych/mental health nurse practitioner education. She completed that in 2022 and during that time, she found a passion for caring for all people in their darkest days. She now cares for people of all ages, starting around age 5 and up through the golden years. She still has a special love for perinatal mental health and recently completed Postpartum Support International’s training in advanced prescribing for pregnant and recently pregnant people.
When she’s not working at Season, she might be caring for pregnant and birthing people at Born Midwifery, or taking some time for herself and her family. She likes to play Dungeon’s & Dragons, hang out with her kids & partner, or binge watch whatever the new favortie TV show is.
Patrick Chavez is a co-owner & COO of Season Health and fills the role of Office Manager. He handles the diverse day to day responsibilities of a thriving medical practice, from taking patient calls and scheduling to billing and other managerial functions.
Patrick arrives well traveled, with a deep professional experience in IT and management and a shared passion for serving the underserved.
This is reflected in his extended fostering and volunteer work for Beauties & Beasts Animal Rescue. He also pursues other interests such as tabletop gaming, D&D, and 3D printing.
Please reach out if you have any concerns or questions and Patrick will be happy to help you get the answers you need.