Jasen Kobobel, MD
Board Certified in Family Medicine
Certified Medical Review Officer
As a young man growing up in Houston Texas, Jasen Kobobel had two main passions: music and helping people. Graduating from Kline High School with many music awards and receiving a generous scholarship in music, he had a hard decision to make; which calling to follow.
He was accepted to the most prestigious music college in New York, but turned it down and decided that medicine would be his profession.
After receiving two degrees in Biology and Chemistry from Houston Baptist University, Dr. Kobobel got involved in genetic engineering cancer research. However, this great experience in the latest field of medicine wasn’t as fulfilling for him as direct contact with the actual patient. He then entered St. George’s British Medical School, based on European philosophy. His residency at University of Texas Medical Branch gave him the best outlook at Family Medicine in the United States.
Learning the art of medicine in many hospitals in major metropolitan cities across the US such as New York City; Baltimore, Maryland; Orange County, California and Houston, Texas, as well as the experience of a small community hospital in Anniston, Alabama gave him the broad scope of how to practice medicine to its full potential.
Dr. Kobobel is a very open minded physician, and understands that there is more than one way to practice medicine. He is dedicated to help people in every way and beyond the scope of standards if needed in some cases. He takes a strong stand against what’s harmful to the human body and fights for people’s health who struggle with addictions.
Dr. Kobobel loves every aspect of medicine. He is not a typical family practice doctor. In fact, his interests in the latest technology and innovative procedures helped him to purchase high tech equipment and introduce his patients to a variety of medical treatments in his office. “One stop shop for all your medical needs” is his ongoing motto.
Dr. Chip Moses, MD
Dr. Moses first learned to love medicine at a small, rural hospital in Africa, where he grew up. He attended Emory University for both undergraduate premedical studies and medical school. He graduated from medical school Cum Laude in 1993. His 3 years of Family Practice Residency was completed at the Ventura County Medical Center in California.
In 1999, Dr. Moses and his wife (who is a nurse) moved to Central Asia where they have spent most of their careers doing humanitarian medical work, and teaching Family Practice. When on leave in the United States, Dr. Moses often works in underserved areas of rural Kansas, and for a charitable clinic in Orlando.
Dr. Moses has a broad range of clinical experiences to include: teaching Family Practice, Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Emergency Medicine, Inpatient medicine and Tuberculosis treatment.
Dr. Moses is Board Certified by the American Academy of Family Physicians, and licensed in Florida and Kansas.
He lives in Merritt Island with his wife and three teenagers, two of whom were adopted from Central Asia. He enjoys family life, church involvement and providing excellent medical care.
Tyler Stoots, PA-C
Tyler attended the Physician Assistant program at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Myers, FL. He graduated with honors in August 2013 with his Master of Medical Science Degree in Physician Assistant Studies. Prior to attending Nova Southeastern University, Tyler attended the University of Central Florida and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, graduating Cum Laude. During his undergraduate education, Tyler volunteered at Florida Hospital in the Emergency Department and was an active honors member of Pre-Professional Medical Society at the University of Central Florida.
Tyler has a broad range of clinical experiences to include: Pediatrics, General Surgery, Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Emergency Medicine, Cardiology and Orthopedic Surgery.
Tyler is Board Certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants and licensed in the state of Florida. He is also a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants as well as the Florida Academy of Physician Assistants. He enjoys waking up everyday wanting to go to work to make a difference in the lives of his patients.
Alison Badders, APRN
Alison attended the Nurse Practitioner program at University of Central Florida in Orlando, FL. She graduated with honors with her Master of Nursing Science Degree, Family Nurse Practitioner specialty. Prior to attending UCF, Alison worked in the community as Registered Nurse for six years. She attended Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. She went into healthcare with a passion for preventative care and wellness across the lifespan. She enjoys building relationships and working with her patients to meet their healthcare goals.
Alison is Board Certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and licensed in the state of Florida. She is also a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing.
In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and traveling across the United States to see the National Parks.
Patricia “June” Philbrick, APRN
June has lived in Brevard for a combined total of 30 years. She graduated from Astronaut High School in 1998, and has her Associate of Science in Nursing from Sante Fe in Gainesville in 2003 Cum Laude. June received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing is from UCF in 2010, Magna Cum Laude. June’s Masters of Nursing in Family Practice from South University was with distinction of High Honors.
Her nursing career has given her experience in Med/Surg, Special Procedures, Pain Management, Infusion therapy, Perioperative, OR circulator, PACU, and OB/GYN surgery.
She decided to become an APRN because she was always questioning why patients were taking a certain medication or how a disease process worked. With an advanced degree she was able to learn new skills and challenge herself. She could play a more active role in patient care. She also wanted a more rewarding and challenging role to help with our healthcare system needs.
She is married with 2 son’s and several fur babies. She enjoys spending time outdoors: camping, anything to do with water/swimming, hiking, ATV’s, road trips in her RV and exploring historic sites. Her goal is to visit every National Park at some point.