BeachesOBGYN is excited to welcome Bonni Titcomb, ARNP.
Bonni was born in Indianapolis, Indiana and moved to South Florida, with her family , as a teenager. She attended the University of Miami’s Jackson Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. She worked as a Labor and Delivery nurse and became a certified Childbirth educator, prior to returning to Ohio State University, for her graduate, OB-GYN, nurse Practitioner program. She has been Board Certified as a Womens’ Health Nurse Practitioner since 1983. She was an Educational Affiliate of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and was honored to be listed as “100 Best nurses”, in North Florida.
Bonni has been in Private practice, as a North Florida OB-GYN LLC Nurse Practitioner, in Jacksonville, for 21 years.
Bonni has been in Private practice, as a North Florida OB-GYN LLC Nurse Practitioner, in Jacksonville, for 21 years. She is a compassionate, engaged , provider of Womens’ health care, with special interests in education for teenager’s first exams, family planning , pre-conception counseling, basic infertility treatment, Pre-natal care, through Menopause.
She has extensive experience using ”Natural”, “Bio-identical” and traditional Hormone replacement, as well as nutritional and weight management counseling and treatment.
Bonni is married, has four children and six grandchildren and ”Cricket”, a poodle , who is her only resident child. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, is an original ”Jaguar” fan, loves college football, cooking, especially desserts, planning future “Cruise” vacations , dancing and reading.
To schedule an appointment call: 904-241-9775
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