Patricia Tyler is a certified Family Nurse Practitioner by the Academy of Nurse Practitioners with sixteen years of experience treating adolescents and pediatric patients with attention problems and its co-morbidities. She is a 1999 graduate of the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Nursing, and is presently working on her Doctorate of Nursing Practice at The University of Alabama Capstone College of Nursing. She is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Practitioner Alliance of Alabama, and the Bay Area Nurse Practitioner Association. She recently re-located (June 2016) to Fairhope, Alabama with her family and is excited to start her new collaborative practice working with Focus MD under the direction of Dr. James Wiley. In her spare time she enjoys gardening, swimming, boating with her family, and watching Alabama football.
Dr. Wiley attended medical school at the University of Alabama School of Medicine, and completed his residency at the University of Alabama School of Medicine, The Children’s Hospital of Alabama. He is board certified in Pediatrics. Dr. Wiley practiced general pediatrics at Dothan Pediatric Clinic in Dothan AL for almost 20 years before moving to Mobile in 2008 and founding Focus. He served as President of the Alabama Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics and is currently the District X Vice Chair Person for the AAP. He has been listed in America’s Best Doctors and America’s Top Pediatricians and was named Master Pediatrician by Children’s Health System. Dr. Wiley is married and has 3 college aged children. He enjoys fishing and painting.
“Every day I learn something new about ADHD from the wisdom of my patients.”
Dr. Mace graduated from the University of Alabama and earned his master’s degree from the University of South Alabama. He received his Ph.D in Psychology at the University of Kansas and completed his internship at the Devereux Foundation in Devon, Pennsylvania. He has practiced as a licensed psychologist in the state of Alabama for the past 20 years and teaches undergraduate courses at the University of South Alabama. Dr. Mace is married and has two children in high school. He enjoys sports and outside activities.
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