About the provider
Dr. Jenise Hampton APRN FNP-C
Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner
I’m the proud owner and founder of Caring Star Medical Services. I’m a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner with a license to practice medicine in the state of Texas as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse. I received my Master’s Degree of Science in Nursing Practice from Prairie View A&M University and Doctoral degree of Nursing Practice from Chamberlain College of Nursing. Also, I'm a University of Texas Medical Branch alumini. As a Family Nurse Practitioner, I have experience in Family Medicine, Physical Medicine and Convenient Care, with a background experience in Women’s health, Maternal-child, postpartum care and Pediatrics. My focus is in providing holistic convenient healthcare for the entire family. I have also received special training and certification in Alternative Pain Management using joint and soft tissue injections.
I see myself as a well -rounded healthcare provider who loves providing excellent care. I look forward in taking care of you and your family’s health care needs with my holistic, quality and convenient health care approach, in the comfort of your own home or provide a great clinical experience
To provide convenient, quality, evidence-based healthcare for the whole family with a holistic approach.
What is a Nurse Practitioner??
Nurse practitioners are advanced practice registered nurses who provide care to patients throughout the lifespan, from premature newborns to the elderly.
They perform comprehensive and focused physical examinations; diagnose and treat common acute illnesses and injuries; provide immunizations; manage high blood pressure, diabetes, depression and other chronic health problems; order and interpret diagnostic tests such as X-rays and EKGs, as well as laboratory tests; prescribe medications and therapies; perform procedures; and educate and counsel patients and their families regarding healthy lifestyles and health care options.
Nurse practitioners can prescribe medications, including controlled substances, in all 50 states. In 26 states, nurse practitioners have authority to practice independently