About In Your Best Interest Medical Clinic, Inc.
Focusing on preventive medicine, In Your Best Interest Medical Clinic, Inc. has a friendly staff and welcoming environment. Our practice is located in a historical, Victorian house in Redlands, California. We chose this location for our clinic because we believe that a house provides a tranquil environment for treating patients and gives the overall perception of family.
Our staff is dedicated to promoting the health and development of our patients from young adulthood to end of life care. We provide comprehensive, high quality medical care to every patient with the hopes that we can help them maintain a high level of health that allows them to lead a healthy, happy life.
Meet Our Staff
Dr. Steven Wilson
Dr. Wilson is from the San Bernardino area. He attended medical school at the University of Oklahoma. Upon graduation, he returned to the San Bernardino area to complete his internship and residency in family practice. He is board certified in family medicine and has always practiced in Redlands. Dr. Wilson's vision has always been to empower and support individuals with the desire to improve their health by encouraging participation in their own care.
Lisa Roberts DrPH, FNP – Nurse Practitioner
Lisa Roberts is a Family Nurse Practitioner and has been working at In Your Best Interest Medical Clinic for the past three years. She has over ten years of experience as a family nurse practitioner, including primary and preventive care, patient education, and pain management, among other specialty areas. She developed an interest in public health after volunteering in several other countries in remote areas with desperate needs. Therefore, in addition to holding a Masters in Nursing degree from Western University in Health Sciences and being a board certified Nurse Practitioner; she is now a Certified Health Education Specialist and holds a Doctorate in Public Health from Loma Linda University. Her dissertation research was done in Chhattisgarh, India, where she researched maternal health and social outcomes after stillbirth. She teaches at Loma Linda University in the School of Nursing at the graduate level and is Director of the Family and Adult Nurse Practitioner Programs. Her continuing research involves psychosocial and behavioral interventions in the U.S. and India.