HealthCareOnTheGo LLC is teamed with licensed, trained, and professional nurse practitioners, expert in providing quality health care for each client. They are devoted to the healing of every individual so they ensure that they are able to render care that our clients deserve. With our goal to help you achieve your health goals, we guarantee you quality service with exceptional resources and compassionate healthcare providers.
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Tearrah Conerly FNP-C, PMHNP-BC
Tearrah Conerly is a dual certified family/psychiatric nurse practitioner with more than 20 years experience in the medical/psychiatric profession. She is married to Phillip Conerly and they have two children Skylin and Caden.
She received an Associate of Science degree in nursing from Meridian Community College and went on to complete a Bachelors and Masters of Science from Mississippi University for Women. She continued her professional studies receiving a second Masters of Science degree as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner from University Medical Center in Jackson MS.
Mrs. Conerly founded Health Care On The Go, LLC 2018 in memory of her late mother, Nelda Mark in an effort to provide medical concierge services to assist patients in accessing medical services and enhancing health care to residents in Meridian and the surrounding areas. The Health Care On The Go clinic now offers a variety of health care treatment and program options to anyone in need of health care. Working with the State Department of Health, she has developed programs specifically targeting diabetes and hypertension in Lauderdale County and surrounding counties in Mississippi.
She is a member of several State and local professional and civic organizations. Her involvement in these organizations has given her the opportunity to frequently be called upon to present numerous health and fitness workshops informing participants on healthy life choices. Mrs. Conerly dedicates all of her accomplishments to her late mother who lived a life focused on helping and providing guidance to anyone she encountered. Tearrah emulates her mother’s passion in her work at Health Care On The Go and within the community.
You are invited to visit Health Care On The Go and experience the quality of care and professionalism exhibited by the staff and to discuss your health care needs with caring professionals.
Stephanie Ruffin PMHNP
My name is Stephanie Ruffin. I established my nursing foundation as an LPN in 1997. I graduated Meridian Community College registered nurse program in 2004. I became an alumni of Mississippi College for Women earning a BSN in 2016. After exploring my purpose, University of South Alabama awarded me the ability to treat the mental ill as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. I am originally from Quitman, MS, but has made Meridian, MS my home. I love serving individuals and find it rewarding to help others. My focus is on making the world a better place one day at a time.
Lucy Barnes FNP
Lucy Barnes has been a Family Nurse Practitioner for almost 2 years and treats patients full-time at Health Care on the Go. “As a family nurse practitioner, I have been trained to treat the whole family, from infancy to the elderly. This means I can assess, diagnose, and treat most conditions that come into the clinic. I also know that patients with complex conditions sometimes need to see a physician or a specialist.”
Lucy began her nursing career as an LPN eighteen years ago. She worked in hospitals as a Licensed Practical Nurse mainly focusing her time on obtaining her Associate Degree of Nursing from East Central Community College in 2010 . She initially worked at the Specialty Hospital – Meridian & the Crossroads River Oaks Hospital out of Jackson & Brandon, MS respectively. In 2011, she began to work in the home health field with Deaconess Home Care out of Meridian, MS as a Transitional Liaison Professional. Also, during this time she also worked at the Meridian Community Living Center as a weekend charge nurse.
Lucy always knew that she wanted to be a nurse from a young age. Another reason she leaned towards nursing was because her mom was very ill, and she wanted to have the ability to help her mother feel better. Lucy has a great passion for showing love & helping other people. In the fall of 2016, she began her path to gaining her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the Mississippi University of Women in Columbus, MS. She is an active member of several professional organizations including the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and the Association of Diabetic Care & Education Specialists.
Lucy and her husband William have 3 children and reside here in the Meridian area. She enjoys participating in outdoor activities such as planting flowers, fishing, taking walks, spending time with her family, & traveling.