Delesa Bradley, APRN, FNP-C
Delesa is a certified Family Nurse Practitioner by The American Academy of Nurse Practitioners National Certification and licensed with the State of Texas. She graduated from The University of Texas at Tyler with her Masters in Nursing, May 2019. Delesa has been a nurse for over 7 years with experience in a variety of areas and specialty.
Delesa is a creative and tenacious patient and family advocate dedicated to health promotion and awareness. She enjoys spending time with her family and engaging in her photography when she’s away from work.
"I look forward to meeting all the patients and actively engaging in their healthcare. I truly enjoy coming to work every day to do what I love.” Delesa APRN. FNP-C
Natalie Starkey, MSN, APRN, FNP-C
Natalie has been in the healthcare field since 1999. She started as a dental assistant and proceeded with obtaining her medical assistant certification in 2001. Natalie continued her education receiving her LVN, BSN, MSN license, and a post-master's in nursing education. She graduated with her master’s in nursing in 2015 and started working as a nurse practitioner, while also teaching students in the MSN program at UT Tyler. When Natalie became an NP, she continued her specialty as a SANE nurse and implemented a program at the Children’s advocacy center of Smith County to perform exams outside of the ER setting. Natalie has experience working as a nurse practitioner in ortho, emergency room, and urgent care settings. She is a high school graduate of Troup High School and proudly sports Troup Tiger Pride. She is happily married with four children and one grandchild! Natalie takes pride in her education, compassion, caring demeanor, and drive. Natalie says, "I encourage anyone to follow their dreams and never give up. I believe that God, my faith, and my family drove me to who I have become. They support me 100%. I could not have accomplished what I have done without the support of my husband. I have been blessed to be a part of QuickVisit to display my compassion, care, and knowledge to all that is involved - from staff to patients!" Her favorite quote is from a nursing philosopher on the importance of compassion and caring; Jean Watson: "Maybe this one moment, with this one person, is the very reason we're here on Earth at this time."