Stacey Pollom, FNP-C, MSN

Premier Medical Aesthetics 

Stacey Pollom, FNP-C, MSN Credentials

Stacey Pollom spent the last decade in the medical field as a nurse, working in emergency medicine, women’s health, and primary care. But two years ago, a great love for the arts led her to a new career path. “Painting, photography, and design had always served as my respites from the stresses of the emergency room,” Pollom remembers. “Now, working in medical aesthetics, I’ve found the perfect marriage of art and science. I’ve never been so fulfilled and satisfied.” Pollom feels equally blessed to have the opportunity to work with the team at Premier Medical Aesthetics. “They are truly a remarkable group of women with an immense dedication to providing quality services to our community,” she says.    

 

“I’ve been receiving injectable treatments for several years, and I have not felt near as safe or as heard as I did with Stacey. From the beginning of my appointment, I was made to feel comfortable and relaxed. Stacey was kind and knowledgeable, and I’m thrilled with my results and how conservative she was in her approach.”- S. OLDS

 

1. What is the most rewarding part of your profession?

I love that I can provide procedures to individuals who are incredibly hardworking and have sacrificed so much of their bodies and lives for the sake of their families or jobs. I get to provide a well-deserved self-care service that brings them satisfaction and renewed confidence.

2. What would you consider to be your main strengths? 

Viewing the client holistically and placing the client at ease through a warm and calming demeanor. 

 3. What is your best advice for clients?

My advice would be to do your homework and remain patient when searching for an injector. Find someone who not only is highly qualified but also acknowledges what an immense privilege it is to have your trust and business. 

4. How do you develop a plan for each client?

By sitting down with the client and discussing comprehensively the client’s specific desires, past medical history, anatomy, and budget.

5. What is your philosophy when it comes to the care of your clients?

I whole-heartedly believe we are “fearfully and wonderfully made,” and my goal is to never distort or change, but to implement conservative aesthetic procedures to create a natural and refreshed look.

 

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