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Our Team


Sharon LaCount, FNP-CS-BC

Sharon La Count is a family nurse practitioner receiving her education at the University of Georgia, Medical College of Georgia, and Brenau University. She has been a FNP since 1998 and has practiced family medicine, public health, and internal medicine for the last 18 years. Her hobbies include gardening, reading, and trips to the beach.


Jessica Tyler, CMA

Jessica is one of our certified medical assistants. She assists our Nurse practitioner in medical and also with X-rays and DME training.   

Jessica relocated to Georgia 6 years ago from New York. She furthered her education at University of North Georgia. She is a proud mother of 2 wonderful kids. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors and coaching Jr. cheerleading. Jessica is excited to see what the future awaits!  

Diane Brown, CMA


Leslie Gonzalez


Christie O'Neal

Christie works in rehab. She is a native of Georgia. Christie is certified through the America College of Sports Medicine with a background in Orthopedics. 

Christie is a proud Army wife and mother of two. They have traveled the world for 20 years and are back to their home state to raise their family.  


Angela Campbell

Originally from Long Island, NY, Angela has been living in the Gainesville area for 16 years now.

Angela is our Director of Patient Services and has been working with Dr. Watkins for almost 15 years. She has spent most of that time being the first point of contact for our patients taking care of all the front desk operations. She then transferred to our insurance department as our Financial Associate handling all insurance verifications, billing, and financials. Most recently, Angela was promoted to her current position as Director of Patient Services.

On the weekends, you'll find Angela busy spending quality time with her husband and daughter. During hockey season you will find them and many Gwinnett Gladiator games. 

Cici McGuire

Cici is our social butterfly taking care of the front desk operations.  She is the usually first face you see and more than likely, after your first visit, Cici will greet you by name upon entering the door at Watkins Total Healthcare.  She truly enjoys the healthcare field and thrives on helping people and seeing our patients get free from pain and get well. 

Cici has 3 teenage children and in her free time, you will find her outdoors…camping, hiking, enjoying the beach, or perhaps riding her Harley.

Debbie Grant

Debbie joined our team in September 2014 and is responsible for our patient’s schedules and also helps out in accounts receivable (A/R).  Coming from a background in the banking industry, Debbie fits right in.  Debbie loves her job and being a part of the team at Watkins Total Healthcare.

When Debbie is not in the office, she can be found enjoying one (or more) of her many hobbies which include: ceramics, puzzles, gardening, reading, and of course, college football.

Sandy Cape

Sandy has worked with Dr. Watkins since 1993 and has served patients through most every area of the office.  She currently heads up our medical records department.

One of the things you will notice about Sandy is each day she wears a different pin.  Over the years she has acquired quite a collection from all over the world and for all different occasions.  Each pin has a story and is a great conversation piece with our patients.

Sandy resides in Lula with her husband, Mark.  She has 3 children and 5 grandchildren and enjoys sewing and creating crafts in her spare time. 

Alejandra Gauna

Maggie Hernandez

Teena Goode


Jeanne Hanlin

Jeanne Hanlin, Director of Operations, is a native of Pennsylvania. She is a graduate of Penn State University and the Easter Seals National Leadership Institute. Jeanne is responsible for the day to day operation of Watkins Total Healthcare and the mentorship of the Watkins Team. Before joining Watkins Total Healthcare, Jeanne worked with Home Nursing Agency and Easter Seals Central Pennsylvania. Jeanne and her husband, Terry, enjoy exploring North Georgia, golfing, and traveling with family and friends.


Brooke Adams

Tim Burachenko

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  • "Best of the Best ! I would recommend anyone to this wonderful staff. I went in with so much pain, after a few visits I felt so much better, it was then that I realized just how much pain I was actually in. I'd give them 10 stars if it would go above 5!"
    Sam H. / Gainesville, GA

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