Lindsay G. Mann is a family nurse practitioner who provides primary care. She has special interests in preventive services, women's health, pediatrics and urgent care procedures.
Mann completed her nurse practitioner training and earned a master's degree in nursing at the University of California, Los Angeles. She was awarded a Song-Brown scholarship by UCLA, giving her the opportunity to work at a primary care clinic in East Los Angeles. After graduation, she joined the staff of the clinic's urgent care center, which provides primary and urgent care in an underserved, predominately Latinx community.
Mann began her health care career in 2011 as a registered nurse caring for patients in labor and delivery. She was inspired to become a nurse practitioner by encounters with vulnerable women in labor with preventable health conditions that ultimately led to poor birth outcomes. The experience gave her a passion for preventing disease by improving access to primary care.
A Southern California native, Mann moved to the Bay Area when her husband started medical school. In her free time, she enjoys running the hilly streets of San Francisco and playing Radiohead covers on the guitar. She dreams of the day when she can adopt a miniature dachshund.
UCLA, MS, Nursing, 2016