Keep Them Healthy
Last check-in is 30 minutes prior to close
About The Little Clinic of Oxford
We currently have one provider, a Nurse Practitioner, and a medical assistant. We also have the nurse practitioner’s husband who switches roles (non medical) daily and as needed (plumber, maintenance, janitor, mover, main support system).
Sickness isn’t planned and can happen at the most inconvenient times. That’s why we started the Little Clinic in Oxford, a convenience care and minor urgent care, (and opening to primary care in November) with extended weekday hours and Sunday, catering to the uninsured, under insured, and high deductible plans.
When you don’t feel good you don’t want to sit and wait for hours to be seen, our goal is to get you in and get you out as quickly as possible.
Roni Tomarelli has been a registered nurse for 20 years, and while she loves nursing she wanted to be able to do more with her education. Returning to school she received her master’s degree from Frontier Nursing University as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Frontier Nursing University was the first school in the United States (1960) to offer a certificate program to prepare nurses for Family Nurse Practitioner and now offers this in a Master’s program.
Bria, our Medical Assistant, Has a positive attitude, nurturing and caring personality. Bria can make even the sickest patient feel better with just kind actions and words.
Roni & Husband Glenn
Glenn wears multiple name tags: plumber, maintenance, mover and main support.
A positive attitude, nurturing and caring personality. Bria can make even the sickest patient feel better just by her kind actions and words.
Mom’s backup support system. Roni’s son, Chris, graduate of Old Dominion University and runs a wealth management practice at Northwestern Mutual in Virginia Beach. Chris is an accomplished Eagle Scout with Boy Scouts. He encouraged his mom to go to Nurse Practitioner School and supported her idea of opening a clinic to help people in need.
Scruffy, the real boss. A true feral cat, a hang around stray, rescued from the mountains when we lived in Rutherfordton, NC. When we relocated to Henderson we felt we had claimed him after 3 years of feeding him and vet services, so brought him with us. He became an indoor only cat, a little hard on him at first, but, now….I think the picture tells the story.
Scruffy stays home and keeps the house safe while we’re working.