Family First Primary Care, P.A.
Tiffany is an ANCC Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner who received her Master of Science in Nursing at the University of Florida. She received her Bachelor in Science of Nursing from the University of North Florida in addition to her Bachelor in Finance and Bachelor in Psychology from the University of Florida. Prior to becoming a nurse practitioner, Tiffany completed a four-year nursing career at Baptist Hospital Downtown.
She has been a proud member of the Oakleaf Community since 2009, joining our practice in 2015. She balances her work life with her three children and attends trinity Baptist Church. Tiffany is passionate about helping individuals achieve their highest levels of health through patient empowerment, evidence-based treatment and preventative maintenance. She attends continuing education classes regularly to further her practice.
Allison Dasta Butler, M.D.
A resident of Clay County since 1976, Dr. Butler attended Montclair Elementary, Lakeside JHS, and Orange Park HS. She graduated in 1998 from University of Florida, with honors in Neuroscience and Nutrition. After graduating from St. George's University School of Medicine in 2004, Dr. Butler completed residency at Jacksonville's St. Vincent's Family Medicine Residency Program and maintains her board certification.
As founder of Family First Primary Care, P.A. (est 2007), Dr. Butler was featured in the May 2013 issue of Florida Doctor "Mom's in Medicine." She proudly balances her time between medicine and family life as a wife and mother of two children. Dr. Butler attributes all achievements to her loving husband, parents, sisters and in-laws.
Monica Spurlin, ARNP
Monica is an ANCC Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner who received her Master of Science in Nursing at South University. She received her Bachelor in Nursing from Rasmussen College and Associates in Nursing at Valencia College. She has been in nursing for more than 25 years with more than 18 years in critical care.
She has been a resident in Jacksonville, joining our practice in 2018. Her personal nursing philosophy is focused on three key components: accountability, professionalism and compassion. She strives to be accountable for her own practice, by following the nursing’s code of professional ethics and conduct. She works to achieve optimal wellness for her patients. She does this by using critical thinking and clinical judgment to provide evidence-based care to individuals, families and communities.
Tiffany McClain, ARNP