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Shannon Tomlinson was born in Flint, Michigan, grew up in the town of Flushing, and has been a resident of Genesee County most of her life. She is a graduate of Flint Powers Catholic High School where she excelled academically and won two state championships in basketball- Go Lady Chargers!
Shannon went on to study nursing at Saginaw Valley State University, where she obtained her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing degree. She has practiced as a Registered Nurse in the Emergency Department, the Intensive Care Unit, and specialized care areas. Shannon was the Administrator and Director of Nursing at Dixie Lodge Living & Wellness, of which she incorporated holistic healing modalities and educated clients and families on alternative medicinal options, alongside traditional approaches. Currently, Shannon is the Director of Healthcare at Grand Brook Memory Care in Wyoming, Michigan. She works as an RN Case Manager for Mary Free Bed at home--providing bedside nursing care in the home environment. She incorporates holistic and alternative education to patients in the home environment. She utilizes mindfulness in her care for clients with dementia and offers a well-balanced healing approach.
Shannon is a person in long-term recovery and is passionate about being an advocate of holistic healing. She successfully completed the Health Professional Recovery Program in 2011. She is certified in Recovery Reiki I & II, of which she practices in and out of her family life. She incorporates balance and practices meditation in her personal and work life. Shannon has three beautiful children whom are well aware of the importance of caring for the mind body and soul. She expresses gratitude for the life she and her better half, whom is also in recovery, have created for their family.
Shannon says, “I am forever grateful for finding this path. I share my experience with an open mind, in hopes of touching the lives of many individuals searching for peace and serenity.”
“There is Hope---People Do Recover from addiction, co-dependency, and trauma.” “The Serenity House of Flint is saving lives everyday-I am honored to be a part of the journey.”
Dr. Jamil is excited to be a part of the Medical Rehabilitation Group. A Kalamazoo native, he graduated from the University of Michigan, double majoring in Chemistry and Cellular-Molecular Biology. He attended medical school at Ross University and did his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at The Ohio State University in Columbus, OH, where he was Chief Resident his final year. He successfully completed a fellowship in Interventional Physiatry at OrthoCarolina in Charlotte, NC. He is board certified in PM&R with subspecialty certification in Sports Medicine. His clinical interests are spine, sports, and musculoskeletal medicine. When not working, he enjoys exercising and spending time with his wife and two daughters. Dr. Jamil is a recovery ally and aims to provide education for his fellow colleagues in addiction
Bob is a native of Grosse Ile and earned his bachelor's degree in Accounting from Wayne State University. He has worked in a variety of accounting and analytical roles in the automotive and construction industries for over twenty years. His experience includes payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, treasury, fixed assets, cost accounting, general ledger, manufacturing, construction, financial reporting, variance analysis and profitability reporting. He has developed reporting tools for analyzing labor costs and operational activities and created dashboards for executive leadership. As a Financial Controller he brings an extensive background in budgeting and financial planning to the organization. He manages a large staff and is committed to coaching and encouraging others to do their best work with a team mindset. As an accountant he understands the conceptual importance of balancing numbers and through Serenity House he is translating this concept to his personal wellness. He frequently participates in the group sessions and believes that mindfulness is an essential ingredient to effective organizational leadership.
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