Venice Wilkes, PA has had a passion for science for as long as she can remember. She made a goal from a young age to work in medicine and her ambitions never changed as she progressed through her schooling. She loves working with people and loves to help them improve their health.
Venice received her undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University. She later continued on to receive her master’s degree as a physician assistant from Nova Southeastern in Jacksonville, Florida with honors recognition. She is certified by the American Heart Association in pediatric advanced life support.
Venice first specialized in pediatrics and later specialized in family medicine with an emphasis in nutrition and weight loss medicine. She loves this field of medicine as she has seen the benefits of a healthy lifestyle in her friends, family and patients. One of Venice’s favorite parts of her job is that she gets to build relationships with her patients. She especially loves that she gets to know each one of her patients and their stories.
Outside of her job, Venice is an avid sports fan. She loves playing and watching sports of all kinds. As she was born and raised in South Florida, she enjoys the outdoors and loves to fish. Venice also enjoys spending time with her husband and her toddler and is fluent in Spanish.
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