Dr. Laure Ndeutchoua, FNP-C, DNP
Dr. Laure Ndeutchoua is the Owner and Medical Director of SDM-1 Stop Primary & Urgent Care. Becoming a healthcare provider has been a life-long dream she diligently worked to accomplish. She started her career as Registered Nurse during which she had the opportunity to work in acute care, long-term care, community health and visiting nursing. During the course of her Nurse Practitioner program, she had the privilege of completing her clinical rotations at the following sites:
- Primary & Alternative Medical Center
- Takoma Park Pediatrics
- Congressional OB/GYN and Associates MD
- Internal Medicine- Office of Dr. Rashid Baghai
For the duration of her time in theses rotations, she was fortunate to care for a variety of patients and families. She believes in continuity of care for all her patients and is looking forward to extending this level of quality of care in her new practice. Dr. Laure Ndeutchoua started 1 Stop Primary and Urgent Care so she can provide access to the most vulnerable and non-insured patients. 1 Stop Primary and Urgent Care is a place where people are treated with dignity and respect. We now have the opportunity to care for patients and their families, not only for urgent matters, but also in follow-up to make sure they are stable. Dr. Ndeutchoua is looking forward to using evidence-based practice guidelines to care for her patients from childhood to adulthood and loves the diversity involved in her field.
She obtained a Bachelor in International Business in 2003 at the University of Gelsenkirchen, Germany; obtained her Associate degree in Nursing Science in 2009, and obtained her Bachelor in Science of Nursing at Coppin State University in 2011. In 2013, she obtained her Master in Science of Nursing, and specialized in Family practice. Dr. Ndeutchoua is a Family Nurse Practitioner certified through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Due to her eagerness to decrease healthcare disparities, her capstone research project titled: Facilitating Person-Centered Care for People with Intellectual and Development Disabilities addressed the gap existing in staff training processes for organizations caring for people with disabilities.
Languages: English and French
Interests: Family Medicine, Mental Health, Community Health Services, Pediatrics, Patient-Centered Care and Holistic Care.
- Dec. 2006-2009: Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society
- Jan. 2012: Mary Mahoney Society
- Dec. 2012- 2016 Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
- Dec. 2013-2016: Golden Key International Honor Society of Nursing
- Member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioner organization.
- Member of American Society for Men’s Health
- Member of the American Nurse Association
- Member of he American Academy of Intellectual and Developmental Disability
- Washington Hospital Center
- Providence Hospital