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Board certified women's health nurse practitioners

Our Providers

Tina M. Rose, MSN, NP



Tina is the founder and owner of Just Us Women Health Center. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Tufts University, she pursued a nursing career at MGH Institute of Health Professions. She graduated in 1988 with a Master of Science in Nursing, and specialized in Women's Health.

She is nationally board certified as a Women's Healthcare Nurse Practitioner, and licensed in the state of Massachusetts. Tina’s clinical areas of focus include adolescent gynecology, pap smear management, weight management and integrative health. Additionally, she is a Certified Menopause Provider by the North American Menopause Society (NAMS). Her passion is helping women of all ages achieve their optimal level of wellness.

With a mission to focus on building lasting relationships with women, Tina connects with her clients on a deep level. She often has entire families of women she cares for: sisters, mothers, and daughters across generations.

Tina lives nearby with her husband, teenage son and furry son (dog). She enjoys traveling, reading, knitting, and cheering on the Patriots and the Red Sox!

"For the past 26 years, Tina has been the person I have trusted as my primary GYN provider. Tina has a special ability to take care of me on many levels. She is an outstanding clinician, a great hand holder, and a friend ... best of all she knows people and treats each patient as an individual."


Chelsea Gould, MSN, MA Ed., NP



Chelsea is a 2014 graduate from the MGH Institute of Health Professions where she earned both her Bachelor and Master of Science in Nursing. Her studies focused on Women’s Health and Adult Gerontology Primary Care and she is nationally board certified in both specialties. Before joining the Just Us Women Health Center team in the Fall of 2017, she worked in the OB-GYN department at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, MA.

Prior to entering health care, Chelsea earned a BA in Biology and MA in Education at Clark University, and has almost two decades of experience as a science educator. She particularly enjoys working with adolescents and young adults. Her passion is learning new facts about how things work - especially the human body - and sharing that information with other people. Chelsea believes that providing women with information and education empowers them to feel good about the decisions they make about their bodies. She is constantly striving to make your annual (or unexpected) gynecology visit a more comfortable, relaxed, respectful, and all around positive experience.

Originally a transplant from the west coast, Chelsea now resides close by with her partner, toddler, and three cats. She loves coffee, reading, gardening, and discovering new podcasts.

"I always feel better after speaking with Chelsea. She has a calm nature and way of answering medical questions that I understand and that puts me at ease. It's such a relief to hear her voice on the other end of the phone."




A Nurse Practitioner (NP) is a nurse with advanced training to the level of at least a masters degree. They can assess patients, make diagnoses, perform different types of medical procedures, and prescribe medication. NPs work in diverse health care settings from hospital acute care to community health centers and primary care offices to nursing homes and home care.

NPs are seen for over 870 million health care visits every year in the United States. In most medical offices, the type of care provided by NPs and Physicians is indistinguishable for a patient. Research shows, however, that on average NPs spend more time with patients per visit compared to Physicians, have more consistency in patient satisfaction surveys, and have equal patient health outcomes with fewer repeat visits (although average patient population for NPs is slightly less medically complex than that of Physicians; healthier people need fewer health care visits)


A health care role that grew out of a shortage of providers in rural communities in the mid twentieth century, NPs have always been pioneers and innovators. Today there remains a gap in the supply and demand for primary care providers, especially as the population ages. We continue to be key contributors in addressing this ongoing need and ensuring patient-focused health care.

The majority of nurse practitioners work in a primary care setting with a team of doctors, nurses, and medical assistants. We focus on health promotion, disease prevention, education and counseling to emphasize the health and well-being of the whole person. NPs work with people to make smarter health and lifestyle choices, helping them achieve their goals and optimum level of wellness.

"One of the best medical professionals I have had the pleasure of working with."



Monday: 8-4

Tuesday: 9-noon

Wednesday: 9-5

Thursday: 9-5

Closed Fri - Sun


Just Us Women Health Center, Inc.

550 North Main St., Suite 3

Attleboro, MA 02703


Phone: 508-699-7800


Fax: 508-699-7801