Kristen Watson, F.N.P.
Ms. Watson received her undergraduate from South Georgia College. She then worked as an RN in emergency medicine for six years. From there, she obtained her Family Nurse Practitioner (F.N.P.) in 2014 from Walden University. Ms. Watson currently is certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. As a F.N.P., she has worked in neurosurgery previously prior to joining the NeuroMedical Institute in 2015. Her ultimate goal is to focus on patients in a holistic manner. “Humans are multi-faceted and need a healthcare hub for overall wellness and well-being.”
Amber McKenzie, A.G.N.P.-C.
Ms. McKenzie received her nursing degree from University of South Alabama in 2004. She worked as a nurse for 12 years in the fields of pulmonary, cardiac, sleep, and wound care. She then obtained her Masters degree as a Nurse Practitioner from the University of South Alabama in 2015 and is certified in Adult and Gerontology. She also has a Masters degree in case management with a focus on life care planning for patients with catastrophic injuries. Her area of interest also includes chronic care in the outpatient setting. Her professional pursuits include certification in pain management, palliative care, hospice care, obesity medicine, and the nurse practitioner doctoral degree.
Kayla Pauley, M.S.N.,F.N.P.-C.
Kala Pauley is a recent Florida transplant originally from Ozark, Alabama. Kala received her Associate’s in Nursing degree in 2010 from Troy University. Shortly after she moved to Birmingham, Alabama where she completed her Bachelors of Science degree in Nursing at the University of Alabama in Birmingham. She worked as a Registered Nurse for 5 years with a specialty in Cardiovascular Interventional Services and Emergency/Trauma Medicine. Kala received her Masters of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner Degree at Troy University in 2015. Shortly after, she moved to Panama City, Florida to join The NeuroMedical Institute. Her professional pursuits include completing her Doctorate of Nursing with a focus on pain management, neurology, and primary care.
Muhammad Khan, M.D.
Dr. Khan obtained his medical degree (M.D.) from King Edward Medical College in Lahore, Pakistan in 1998. He then moved to the United States and did an internship at Atlantic City Medical Center in Atlantic City, New Jersey. From there he moved to Syracuse, NY where he did his Neurology Residency at Upstate Medical University. Then he did a Fellowship in Interventional Pain Management at the same institution. Dr. Khan then moved to Texarkana, Texas to practice interventional pain and neurology. In 2013 he moved to Panama City, Florida to join The NeuroMedical Institute.
Sana Javed-Ebeid, M.D.
Dr. Javed-Ebeid completed her high school education in Los Angeles, California. She graduated with honors from the University of Southern California with a bachelor’s degree in Psychobiology. Dr. Javed-Ebeid went on to perform important research in the field of neuroscience for one year at the University of California, Los Angeles, before deciding to pursue a career in medicine. She completed her medical education (M.D.) at St. George’s University School of Medicine in Grenada, West Indies. Subsequently, she completed her Neurology residency at Seton Hall University–JFK Hospital, in Edison, NJ. Because of her special interest in epilepsy/seizure disorders, Dr. Javed- Ebeid completed an additional year of subspecialty training (fellowship) in epilepsy at the University of Southern California.