Shushanne Wynter-Minott, DNP, ARNP, FNP-BC, has been a nurse for nearly 20 years. She has worked in various nursing capacities in Jamaica, the United Kingdom, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and the United States. She received her doctor of nursing practices degree from Florida Atlantic University in 2015, after moving up the academic ranks in Florida and the United Kingdom. She wears a variety of hats in her field, including doctor of nursing practice, nurse practitioner, primary care provider, nephrology care provider, sub-investigator in clinical research, speaker and clinical adjunct faculty member for the nurse practitioner/doctor of nursing practices program at Barry University in Florida.
Dr. Wynter-Minott specializes in nephrology and internal medicine. Relating to nephrology, which she began studying while in the United Kingdom, she has a diploma in renal nursing, and certificates in advanced renal nursing and anemia management. Currently, she is licensed as a nurse practitioner by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, and is certified in basic life support and advanced cardiac life support. Actively involved in numerous professional organizations such as the American Nephrology Nurse’s Association, the National Kidney Foundation Council of Advance Practitioners, South Florida Council of Advanced Practice Nurses, the Florida Nurses Association, and the American Nurses Association, she believes being involved with others in her field benefits herself, her colleagues, and her patients. Always willing to share her expertise, Dr. Wynter-Minott has presented at the Nurse Empowerment Summit South Florida, 11th Annual West Palm Beach Nurse Practitioner Clinical Conference, the DNP Capstone Presentation at the Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing at Florida Atlantic University, and the 5th Annual South Region FNA Symposium and Award Ceremony.
When not helping her patients and teaching her students, Dr. Wynter-Minott enjoys spending time with her husband, Nathaniel, and their two sons, Joshua and William. Outside of work, her interests include healthful eating, exercising, and world travel. Her favorite places she has been to thus far are Thailand, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Jamaica. She hopes to soon visit Africa and Israel.
Always putting God at the center of her life, Dr. Wynter-Minott lives by the biblical motto: "Let your light so shine before men, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father in heaven." (Matthew 5:14–16) She loves her career because she believes it is her calling from God. She is passionate about life, people, service and love.