Chelsea A. Debrah, MSN, BSBA, APRN, FNP-C
Hello! if you are here, then like many individuals, you are looking for a provider that cares and listens. Look no further, you are at the right place. Meet Chelsea Amoafi Debrah, FNP-C.
Chelsea was born in Ghana in West Africa and spent the first 18 years of her life there. She grew up caring for her younger siblings and managing the household so caring for others has always been second nature to her.
In the US, she attended the University at Buffalo in Buffalo, NY where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resources and Marketing. Whilst Human Resources afforded her the opportunity to care for others, she still did not get as much satisfaction from that and so changed trajectories and went into nursing.
She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the Louisiana Christian University in Pineville, Louisiana and proceeded to start her career in Nursing. She worked as a staff nurse, preceptor and charge nurse on a Medical-Surgical and Orthopedic Unit and continued her career by working in a pediatric urgent care clinic and adult home health agency. These experiences provided insight into various populations and also encouraged her to further her education.
She graduated with her Master of Science in Nursing with a Family Nurse Practitioner specialty from South University and continued her love for caring for others as a certified family nurse practitioner.
Chelsea is a bonified bibliophile and also loves to spend time with her husband Kwesi and her two children Kaiden and Skylar.
Jhoceline Moza – Receptionist/Medical Assistant
Jhoceline Moza is a receptionist and medical assistant at Orchid Wellness. She was born in Fort Worth, Texas, and is the eldest of four children. Jhoceline’s interest in health literacy and education sparked after working as a medical scribe in the pediatric ER. After seeing how the providers she worked for cared and advocated for their patients, it sparked her interest to do the same. She attended UT Arlington and graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Public Health and a minor in Spanish. After completing her studies, she worked as a Spanish interpreter in the same ER working side-by-side with the providers she once scribed for.
While working as an interpreter, she continued to notice the need to advocate and provide health education for minorities. As a result, it pushed her to begin her research in sociodemographics for minorities.
At UT Arlington, she worked in a lab that focused on surveys from the National Health Examination Survey (NHANES for short) and published a paper focused on sociodemographics in physical activity, sleep, and sedentary behavior in minorities. Additionally, Jhoceline began working as a research assistant for another lab translating surveys and responses for Spanish-speaking participants. During her time there, she worked on a study that focused on interventions to promote Hispanic and Black women to become more physically active using wearable sensors.
Aside from her educational background, Jhoceline enjoys traveling, spending time with friends, and checking out local coffee shops. She also works as a barista and loves sharing her coffee knowledge when it comes to getting that perfect shot of espresso. She is back at UTA working on her Master’s in Business Analytics and Marketing Research.