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Ed Stern, Founder and Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, providing care in DC, MD, VA, and soon in NY and FL.

Ed Stern (he/him/his)

Our Founder
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

Providing Care in DC, MD, VA,

and projected to be in NY and FL later in 2024

Seeing people 10 and older

Ed (he/him/his) is a cis queer male who is an ANCC board-certified Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. He provides virtual and limited in-person visits throughout DC, MD, and VA. He's a sex-positive, open-minded LGBTQ+ healthcare worker who acknowledges his privilege and has lived his share of hardship. He values your diversity, needs, and goals in delivering your treatment.

Ed provides care to anyone who is clinically safe for the practice model, no matter their background or where they are in their life journey.

 

To read Ed's full profile, click here.

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Calvin Layne (he/him/his)

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

Provides Care in DC and VA

Seeing people 10 and older

Calvin Layne (He/Him/his) is a cisgender man who lives his experience within the LGBTQ+ community. He’s an ANCC Board-Certified Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner who provides virtual appointments to clients in DC, VA, and soon MD. He's an open-minded provider who values your diversity, needs, and goals in delivering your treatment.

 

Calvin offers more than five years of experience working in pediatric and adolescent mental health as a Nurse and enjoys offering care to members of his community as a Nurse Pracitioner. He’s excited to use his knowledge and skills for the diverse patients we serve across the age span.

To read Calvin's full profile, click here.

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Fritch Sumapig (she/her)

Office Administrator

Fritch Sumapig (She/Her) is a woman of Trans experience and is our Office Administrator. She is our voice on the phone and handles most of what goes on behind the scenes at NothingBetter Health. At a young age, she studied chemical engineering. While she explored her gender identity, she committed herself to her studies as an outlet for her isolation and personal growth. Once she completed her education, she decided to transition her career to the medical field and developed a passion for helping others live their best life. 

Her approach to administration is directly influenced by organizations and professionals who helped her during her journey. Fritch credits her community for teaching her how to develop comfort and pride in herself and how to use that to empower her future.

We are truly lucky to have her passion and skill as part of the NothingBetter Health team.

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