Meet The Team at Face First Medical Aesthetics & Wellness
All injectable clients are treated by Emily Greb, NP or Megan Archer, RN, Sarah Salmon, RPN or Cynthia Falcioni, RPN - under the medical direction of Emily Greb NP.
Laser Clients are treated by Kelsey Hancock, Medical Aesthetician and Certified Laser Technician
There are a number of clinicians at Face First Medical Aesthetics trained in Emsella. After your initial consultation with Emily Greb, NP, you will be seen by Kelsey, Megan, Sarah, Cynthia, Jon, Cathie, Pat or Tracie. One of these trained professionals will provide your Emsella treatment.
Emily Greb is a Nurse Practitioner trained in Aesthetic Medicine and Primary Care.
Emily graduated from Ryerson University in 2002 and began her career in Toronto working in one of the city's busiest Emergency Departments. She made the move to beautiful Simcoe County and continued to work at Orillia Soldiers' Memorial Hospital in the Emergency Department. Emily returned to graduate school and obtained her Nurse Practitioner Certificate from Laurentian University in 2009. Since then, Emily has worked independently in her family practice in Orillia.
Emily has always had a passion for Aesthetic Medicine, having experienced the benefits of cosmetic surgery as a child. She was born with a benign vascular tumor that covered her entire left eye and part of her cheek. She has had 5 reconstructive surgeries to remove this, and one cosmetic surgery to ensure a lasting cosmetic result. This is what drove her to create Face First Medical Aesthetics and Wellness.
Nurse Practitioners (NPs) have additional education and licensing to provide care to individuals and families. NPs can diagnose and treat acute and chronic conditions, order diagnostic tests (x-rays, ultrasounds, CTs and MRIs). NPs can order and interpret lab tests and prescribe all medications. NPs work autonomously under their own licences.
Medical Aesthetician and Certified Laser Technician
Kelsey is a Medical Aesthetician and Certified Laser Technician with over 13 years experience in the aesthetic industry.
Working in the industry has always come naturally to her as she has a passion for learning, skin health and superior client care. Kelesy has always felt that a large part of the industry is about making people feel good and building confidence.
Kelsey has worked in high end spas, cosmetic clinics and with some of the best cosmetic surgeons in the area. With her extensive background she specializes in skin health, anti-aging, acne management and skin cancer prevention.
She also operates a home based spa in Collingwood, Ontario.
Megan has been nursing since 2015, mostly in a primary care setting working in an office performing injections. It’s her favourite nursing skill. This passion alongside her adoration for skincare and the beauty industry led her to aesthetic nursing in 2022. Megan loves seeing her clients increased confidence and aiding in anti-aging prevention. In her spare time she loves being on the lake with her two fur babies or spending time with her family. She loves holistic medicine too, being certified in reiki and enjoying all things witchy!
Sarah has 14+ years in the medical field, the bulk of which she spent as a Certified Surgical Technician before heading back to school for her Practical Nursing Diploma in 2019. Sarah graduated with honours from Fleming College in 2021. She then immediately embarked on her Cosmetic Injector journey by taking her intro to Botox & Dermal Fillers course in December 2021, followed by multiple training sessions with injection experts at Seamless Health and Wellness.
Sarah is originally from Windsor, ON and now resides in the Kawartha Lakes area with her family.
Cynthia Falcioni is a Registered Practical Nurse trained in the administration of Neuromodulators and Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers. Cynthia graduated from Georgian College in 2019 with her diploma in Practical Nursing. Cynthia has since been working at Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital in Acute Medicine/Telemetry.
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