Kiesha has been part of the medical community before she was a teenager. As part care taker of her grandmother, Kiesha has always been a loving, affectionate and sympathetic individual. Her early years taught her patience and empathy that would follow for years to come.
Born and raised in South Florida, she is a hardworking wife and mother of five. No stranger to hard work, Kiesha has been employed by some of South Florida’s largest businesses with an array of responsibilities.
Kiesha gained additional experience while working with children as a teacher’s assistant at JM Family Center as well as the Boys and Girls Club of Boca Raton.
She specifically has an enthusiasm for working with special needs children, as well as elderly patients.
Additionally, she has worked in Hospice care bestowing empathy and love to those patients who are so profoundly in need of nurturing during their challenging time.
With an employment history geared in the medical field, Kiesha decided to go back to school in 2009 to get her degree in Medical Assisting thereafter, graduating with a 3.5 GPA!
South Florida Center for H.O.P.E was fortunate to have Kiesha joined our staff as an extern and then as a permanent employee.
She brings exceptional warmth and energy to our facility everyday becoming an integral part of the staff at the South Florida Center for H.O.P.E. as our front desk receptionist and patient care taker
Kiesha’s medical training, as well as her personal attributes and passion for helping those in need, has made her a perfect fit for the standards held by the team at South Florida Center for H.O.P.E.