Our mission is to reduce the impact of diabetes, obesity, and other cardiometabolic diseases in Mississippi. Our vision is to establish a standard of care for people with diabetes, obesity, and other cardiometabolic diseases that’s of high quality and easily accessible. God created us to be whole and healthy and He’s made provisions for us to walk in His divine plan as it relates to our health and healing.
Our purpose is to enlighten God’s provisions to advance God’s plan for health and healing. We began implementing our vision by hosting and participating in health fairs throughout the state providing glucose screenings, blood pressure checks, body composition analysis, and nutritional screenings in strategically selected areas in Mississippi. Through these efforts, we were able to raise awareness and disseminate information on the severity of cardiometabolic diseases while screening over 5k Mississippians. We were able to leverage our efforts and resources by establishing lasting relationships with other community-based partners to become a thriving healthcare organization specializing in cardiometabolic rehabilitation. Our rehabilitation program consists of exercise therapy, physical and occupation therapy, obesity counseling, nutritional counseling, behavioral counseling, chronic diseases management education, exercise prescriptions, basic pharmacology education, physical assessments and nutritional assessments. In addition to our clinical practice, we partner with various Federally Qualified Health Centers throughout the state implementing evidence-based public health programs addressing risk factor reduction for cardiometabolic diseases.
Chris Fields | Executive Director
“I am a man of God, created in His likeness and image, to do His good work. The work created me to do. His will is to see His people healthy and whole. H.E.A.L. Mississippi is one of His avenues to do just that.”
“Working in the health care field for over 10 years, I have run across countless patients whose ailments were treatable with proper nutrition and exercise. My life, even as a child, has been surrounded by people who suffer from obesity and its related diseases.”
Kimberly Moore, FNP-C, is originally from Pearl, Mississippi and she received her initial nursing degree at Alcorn State University. Kimberly later attended Tennessee State University and earned a master’s degree in their Family Nurse Practitioner program. During her attendance at Tennessee State University, she became a travel nurse and. . .
My 13 years of Training has allowed me to see that people want to be healthy, but sometimes life has a way of creating a vicious unhealthy cycle. My mission is to help others all over the world believe that no matter where they are in life there is nothing they cannot achieve…
As a young girl, Tameka noticed the connection between what we eat and how we live. More importantly, the understanding that we can control certain aspects of our health if we learn to better manage what we eat and how we live became a stronger focus as she got older. As more friends and family members were diagnosed . . .