Brett Driver is a certified Family Nurse Practitioner at Village Health Partners seeing patients of all ages. He brings more than six years of healthcare experience.
Brett focuses on preventive medicine, helping his patients prevent diseases and lessen the risk of diseases so they can attain a long and healthy life. He wants patients to understand the importance of eating healthy, being present and mindful and getting enough sleep in their overall health. He also believes mental health is an important part of whole-person wellness and wants to empower patients to improve their self-perception.
Brett emphasizes communication to help patients understand the “why” of their care plans. He treats his patients like they are his family.
How Brett practices whole-person wellness
Brett lives in Frisco with his wife Mallory. He has three children, including a son they welcomed in May. Brett loves to cook. As part of a healthy lifestyle, he enjoys spending time with family and cooking meals together.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Texas Woman’s University
Master of Science, Family Nurse Practitioner, University of Texas at Arlington
During his time at Texas Woman’s University, Brett earned multiple President’s list honors.
Brett works hand in hand with Dr. Sheffield and works closely with team members at his care station. This includes Dr. Noyes and nurse practitioner Seethu Abraham.
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Brett sees patients at Frisco Medical Village. To schedule an in-office appointment with him, text (469) 382-3415. To schedule a telehealth appointment, click below.
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