Pamela C. Bryant, DNP
Dr. Pamela Bryant has been a partner since 2006. Inspired by her father, she developed an interest in the stock market and a curiosity about investment opportunities.
Pam Bryant is a family nurse practitioner focusing on integrating wellness practices into every lifestyle. A former MSN/FNP Program faculty and program chair, she has brought her expertise in clinical nursing education to a growing healthcare organization entirely supported by Nurse Practitioners. Before receiving her nursing diploma from Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center School of Nursing, Pam attended the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) for undergraduate studies. While raising her family, she continued her education, earning undergraduate and master’s degrees in nursing with a specialty in Family Nursing Practice (FNP). Years later, Pam returned to UCLA, completing a doctoral degree in nursing practice (DNP), with her research project dedicated to educating college students about vaccines. Pam provides a wellness-based clinical practice that integrates traditional and alternative medical practices.
Dr. Bryant currently serves on boards of directors for various entities, including the South Bay Chapter of the California Association of Nurse Practitioners (CANP) and Southern California Care Community Clinic. She recently joined the AARP Nurse Advisory Board in 2020, which strives to promote outcomes-based healthcare for all populations. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
When not working, Pam enjoys practicing her retirement skills by doing things that bring her joy, such as spending time with family and traveling the world playing golf, exploring galleries and museums, and attending plays and musicals. She continues to live by the truth of Lewis Carroll’s March Hare, who comments, “Then you should say what you mean,” to which Alice counters, “at least I mean what I say.”