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Being born and raised in Eureka, CA Mason was excited to leave the coastal fog behind for the seasonal beauty of Southern Oregon. After obtaining his Bachelor degree in Nursing from OHSU via the Southern Oregon University campus, he started working at Ashland hospital in surgery. While he was fascinated with the technical aspect of the surgical process he realized surgery lacked the patient interaction that he truly enjoys. Having chosen to return to school he pursued his Master’s degree and became a Family Nurse Practitioner in 2005. As a primary care provider, Mason enjoys assisting patients in all aspects of health and believes in treating the patient as a whole, not just addressing a list of symptoms.
Mason’s caring and compassionate personality has attracted patients from all over Southern Oregon, and beyond. His new venture into opening his own practice has given him the opportunity to expand his patient base and cater to his own individual style, while helping to improve his patient’s health and wellness.
When not in the clinic Mason enjoys spending time with his wife and introducing his children to all the outdoor fun Southern Oregon has to offer. He is particularly passionate about motorcycle racing and has competed internationally in endurance motorcycle races.
Lakiesha Sheaffer FNP is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She began her career in nursing in her hometown of Panama City, FL in 2010. She has accumulated over 6 years of nursing experience. Lakiesha received her Masters of Science Degree in Nursing as well as her Post Masters Certificate for Family Nurse Practitioner from Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, CA.
Prior to her career as a Nurse Practitioner, Lakiesha most recently worked in the Coronary Care Unit at Rogue Regional Medical Center for over 4 years and cared for patient populations that included post MI, post heart and lung surgery, and heart failure. She has also worked with devices such as ventricular assistive devices (VADs), and pacemakers.
Lakiesha thoroughly enjoys working with her patients and delivering the very best care possible to help them maintain good health.
She enjoys spending time with her family, the great outdoors, and travel.
Daniel Tibbits is a Family Nurse Practitioner who is native to the Rogue Valley. He grew up in Grants Pass Oregon, attending Hidden Valley High School. For undergraduate studies he attended Oregon State University and Linn-Benton CC where he obtained his nursing degree. He then went on to obtain his Master degree and Post-Master’s Family Nurse Practitioner from Western University of Health Sciences where he graduated Sigma Theta Tau with highest honors. In addition to family practice he has had extensive training in orthopedics and surgery. He offers comprehensive medical care to adults and children, with a special interest in: preventative care, minor surgical procedures, and pain injections. Daniel is married with three daughters. He enjoys spending time with his girls, hunting, fishing, and gardening.