Grace O. Adeagbo, F.N.P.-C
Family MedicineLocations: Grand Ave. - South Los Angeles Clinic
My passion to care for people had a room for expression when I arrived in California in 1998. I started from working as a caregiver to becoming a registered nurse in 2004, during which period I had the opportunity of working various aspects of nursing: the skilled nursing, acute care, sub-acute care, correctional facility clinics and mental health. It gives me joy when I am able to provide relief to people who are hurting, therefore I avail myself of every opportunity to serve others.
I am married for 31 years and we are blessed with three children. Fairness, social justice, equity and compassion serve as the foundation for my life. I believe in protecting human rights, regardless of their economic, social, or whatever status. I did not want to be underutilized therefore I decided to pursue the BSN which I obtained in 2013. I realized that I have not maximized my potential, I therefore decided to proceed to Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science for MSN-FNP. I graduated with honors in 2015 and was board certified in 2016.
My desire is to serve the underserved population, through health teaching on prevention of illness and health maintenance in order to promote wellness and social justice while providing excellent patient care with compassion and professional skills. The advance nursing program has provided me with this opportunity and to provide clinical service to a wide range of individuals.
I was excited to be offered a position at Central Neighborhood Health Foundation and truly feel that this is my opportunity to maximize my potential. I am very thrilled tobe part of this group of caring clinicians and cannot wait to have you and your loved ones in our clinics as we committedly serve in this community.