Ti'Shambay Thompson, FNP

Meet Ti'Shambay Thompson, FNP: Your Dedicated Family Nurse Practitioner

Ti'Shambay Thompson, FNP

Family Nurse Practitioner

Woodbridge VA , South Riding VA

About Me

Hello. I'm a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) at trü Primary & Urgent Care, serving both the Woodbridge and South Riding communities. My journey in healthcare is backed by a diverse educational background, including degrees in Psychology and a BSN and MSN in Nursing.

Favorite Hobby

Outside the clinic, my ultimate relaxation comes from sleeping and immersing myself in a good book. These activities not only help me unwind but also recharge my passion for healthcare, ensuring I bring my best self to patient care every day.

Education & Training

● BA in Psychology

● BSN/MSN in Nursing

● Aesthetic Nursing Certificate

● Obesity Management Certificate

● Laser Hair Removal Certificate

● IV Nurse-Trained

● Orthopedic Nurse-Trained

● Behavioral Health Nurse-Trained

● Med/Surg ICU-Training

● Med/Surg/Tele-Training

● Nurse Management-Trained

Board Memberships and Certifications


Areas of Expertise and Specialties

My expertise spans a broad spectrum of nursing disciplines, including Nurse Management, Medical/Surgical and Telemetry Training, Medical/Surgical ICU Training, Orthopedic Nursing, Behavioral Health Nursing, Obesity Management, Laser Hair Removal, Aesthetic Nursing, and IV Nursing. These areas reflect my commitment to providing holistic and specialized care to each patient.



Patient-Centric Approach

I believe in addressing the underlying causes of a patient's condition, emphasizing the importance of preventive care. Recognizing that many health issues stem from basic lifestyle factors—such as lack of sleep, stress, hydration, and activity—I tailor my care to address these foundational aspects, setting me apart in my approach to healthcare.

Top Health Tip

Drinking between 3 to 6 liters of water every day is super important. As we age, it's easy to forget that our bodies primarily consist of water. Staying hydrated helps fight off a bunch of health issues like infections, joint pain, and problems with our kidneys that could get serious. I also think staying hydrated can do even more for us. A study mentioned by Mills in 2020 looked at older adults and found that not drinking enough water could increase the risk of memory problems, and those already having memory issues tended not to drink enough water. So, keeping up with your water intake is key for both your body and your brain!

If you could have dinner with a historical figure, who would it be and why?

If I could have dinner with any historical figure, it would be King David from the King James Bible. His life, marked by profound struggles, victories, and leadership, intrigues me. I'd explore his reflections on his life's greatest accomplishments, questioning whether he valued his family or kingship more amidst the backdrop of his tumultuous and eventful reign.

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