About New Era Wellness

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New Era Wellness's mission is to provide caring, convenient, quality healthcare in the home and community while promoting health and wellness.

 

New Era Wellness is a limited liability company founded in 2015. New Era Wellness is a fast-growing company located in Baltimore County Maryland.  

Services Provided: 

1.   Primary care in the Home.  An increasing number of community-dwelling persons have impairments that prevent them from leaving their home without personal assistance or leaving their home at all.  The homebound  or semi-homebound, persons most often have three or more chronic conditions limiting them to home. These persons most often have a higher rates of medical emergency use over the non-homebound.  It is New Era Wellness’s goal to become the primary care provider and manage the chronic issues and concerns of the semi to homebound client. The objective is to lower emergency room visits, decrease hospital admission, and promote longer community based living for as long as the life allows. 

2.  Medical Cannabis.  April 08, 2014, House Bill 881, was approved by the Senate.  Governor Martin O’Malley signed the bill on April 14, 2014, effective June 01, 2014. The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and the Natalie M. LaPrade Medical Marijuana Commission, developed regulations for a patient registry and identification cards, dispensary licensing, settling fees and possession limits.  New Era Wellness is a resisted provider with the  Natalie M LaPrade Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission(MMCC).  New Era Wellness is able to offer Marylanders with qualifying conditions a written recommendation for  medical cannabis to be purchased at any local Maryland dispensary.   

 

About the Provider

The provider Myrtis Davis obtained her  Baccalaureate degree of nursing from Alcorn State University in Lorman, MS. She began her nursing career at University of Maryland Medical Systems. After years of working in various disciplines of nursing from emergency room, intensive care, and rehab facilities, Myrtis returned to academia to obtain a Masters in Nursing.  Myrtis attended Coppin State University’s   Family Nurse Practitioner program and graduated in 2009.  Myrtis continues to devote her time and efforts in the pursuit of health and wellness in the community