Dr. McBane studied and earned her MD from the University of Missouri – Columbia in 2001 and completed her Family Medicine residency at the University of South Alabama in Mobile.
Growing up in a military family meant frequent moves which offered opportunities to interact with a great variety of people. This planted the seeds for her valuing personal relationships while providing healthcare. Despite moving away from the Alabama Gulf Coast on a couple of occasions, she has found her heart connected to the people of this area pulling her back.
Early in her medical career, she became the mother of triplets. This has been challenging as she strives to balance work and home life but has also given a new level of perspective and understanding as a physician. Dr. McBane is not only passionate about comprehensive family care in private practice and urgent care settings, she also enjoys teaching and has experience teaching at medical schools and residency programs.
She is very excited that Focus-MD is a practice encompassing her love of relationships with people of all ages in Baldwin County, and looks forward to helping patients and their families learn and understand the unique challenges of ADHD.
Diagnosis and Treatment of ADHD in Adults- Serving Daphne and Mobile, AL
Sheila Bouler, a Mobile native, is excited to join FocusMD in the Daphne and Mobile offices. She earned her graduate degree at Columbia University in New York City as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner. After running her own private practice in Manhattan for many years, she returned to Fairhope in 2011 to be near family.
She is certified by the ANCC and is a member of the ANA and APNA. Her private practice has been featured in the journal, Advance for Nurse Practitioner, detailing her success as an independent nurse practitioner in private practice with full prescriptive privileges.
Sheila is married with one beautiful daughter and enjoys spending time with her family, playing tennis, and watching stand-up comedy as often as possible.
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