Nicole Outten obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of South Florida and after spending time teaching at the junior and high school level, decided to pursue a career in medicine as a Physician Assistant. She is a proud graduate of the inaugural class at Nova Southeastern University Fort Myers PA program, and has practiced in both internal and emergency medicine since graduation.
Nicole is a local and graduated from Fort Myers High School
She is the proud mother of four beautiful children, and she remarks that their support along with her devoted husband, and extended family, is a huge part of her professional success. Family is extremely important and as a result she focuses her practice of medicine with that in mind. She believes that when patients are educated and involved in their family members health, both compliance and outcomes are improved.
Nicole is a member of the Florida Academy of Physician Assistants, and the American Academy of Physician Assistants. She has previously served as an Assistant Professor of PA studies at Nova Southeastern University, co-directing courses such as Clinical Medicine and Surgery, and Clinical Laboratory Medicine and serving as a member for the Faculty Development Committee and the Committee on Admissions. During her time at NSU - Fort Myers she served as an advisor and participant to the Project SEED, which the PA students developed as a means for giving back and serving their communities through healthcare initiatives.
Nicole has also served abroad in Guatemala with One More Child at the malnutrition center, and providing primary care to the caregivers and nannies of the center. It is her passion to bridge the gap between communities who have and do not have access to healthcare and to provide equal access and an affordable price with high quality in mid.
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