Alnetria Lee, LPN


Alnetria has over a decade of experience in occupational medicine and urgent care, six years in mental health and drug rehabilitation, and a combined six years in geriatrics, pediatrics, home health, and rehabilitation. She’s always been passionate about taking care of people, and that led her to become a CENA before she turned 20. Alnetria enjoys making a difference and believes in the rules and code of ethics that guide the industry.

Born in Pontiac, Michigan, she lived there for almost 25 years. Alnetria went to school to become a Medical Assistant and then a LPN while raising her beautiful daughter. She’s grateful because nursing is where her heart lies—she wouldn’t change her journey for anything.

When she’s not working, she enjoys painting, decorating, swimming, and spending time with friends and family.

Corinthian Schools: Associates

What makes me unique:
What makes me unique is my heart and soul. Sometimes the problem someone has is inside—not physical—and a band-aid or pill won’t help it. I like to think I’m pretty good at helping people see the difference. Nursing is an art and a science and I’m good at both.

Why do I practice healthcare:
I have a passion for trying to make a difference in people’s lives. I’m dedicated to providing optimal care, rather it’s physical, mental, or emotional.