Denise Schentrup is the lead nurse practitioner at Archer Family Health Care. She has been providing care to Archer Family Health Care patients since 2005. She is a Family Nurse Pracitioner and provides care to patients of all ages. She has practiced in rural settings throughout her entire career as a nurse practitioner. She also teaches in the graduate program at University of Florida in the College of Nursing. She also teaches students at Archer Family Health Care. Her interests are working with children, adolescents and women’s health.
Ms. Kairalla’s area of expertise is primary care of underserved populations and chronic disease management for men and women. She precepts nurse practitioner students and supervises nurse practitioner students in their clinical placements. Ms. Kairalla volunteers monthly for Interfaith Hospitality Network families. She received her BSN from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her MSN from the University of Florida.
Ms. Schwait has been working as a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner in rural communities since 2002. As a member of the Archer Family Health Care team, she provides mental health services to our patients. Ms. Schwait teaches undergraduate courses at theCollegeofNursing, as well as, graduate level courses for the Psychiatric/Mental Health nurse practitioner (PMHNP) track. She also teaches students the PMHNP role in the clinical practice setting at Archer. Ms. Schwait is an active member of the American Nurses Association and American Psychiatric Nurses Association.
Ms. Mangueira works with patients to ensure continuity of care.Her clinical expertise is in the area of public health, with a specific background in communicable/infectious diseases, emergency preparedness/response systems, and health care administration. She works with community organizations in Alachua, High Springs, and Archer. Ms. Mangueira received her BSN in Nursing at the University of Phoenix. She received her MSN in Public Health Nursing at the University of Florida.
Dr. Cotter’s area of expertise is with Hyperbaric Oxygen Medicine, Indigent Care, and Gynecologic in-office primary care procedures. She is a faculty member at the UF College of Medicine. She volunteers for the Gainesville Interfaith Hospital Network, the US Center for Global Missions, and Haiti Missions-Gainesville. Dr. Cotter received her BSN from the University of Florida in 1989 and Doctor of Medicine degree from UF in 1997.