Mischell Christmas, RN, BSN

nurse injector training - mischell christmasA registered nurse and a native of Maine has worked at some of the most prestigious medical facilities in the country including, The George Washington University Medical Center, The National Institutes of Health and Georgetown University Hospital where she specialized in such diverse fields as Emergency Room/Shock Trauma, Adult and Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplant and all areas of Critical Care.

Mischell initially became interested in esthetic medicine as early as 1995 learning the art of cosmetic injections and laser therapies.

In 1998, Mischell helped develop what is considered by many to be the first comprehensive Medical Spa in the United States.  As Vice President of Operations with state of the art facilities including Tyson’s Galleria and Chevy Chase, DC as well as satellite locations throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and DC.  

With relocation to the Chicago area in 2002, Mischell worked as an independent Medical Spa Consultant, developing and implementing a business model incorporating the medical spa in existing multi-specialty practices.

Mischell currently is employed at Charlotte Plastic Surgery where she is the Manager of Facial Aesthetics Department as well as an Injection and Laser Specialist.  She has worked in nurse injector training as an Injection Instructor/Trainer for Medicis Pharmaceutical Corporation.   She has been featured on local Charlotte network news programs.  Mischell has been a VIP Summit Presenter for  SkinMedica.

In her free time Mischell is a runner and has finished over 10 marathons in the past decade including Boston.  Mischell volunteers as a Wish Granter for Make A Wish.  In 2013 Mischell was honored to be chosen as a member of the WISH Society:  Women Inspiring Strength and Hope.  Honored for their career success, significant contributions to the community and their personal commitment to philanthropy; the W.I.S.H. Society Honorees join forces with Make-A-Wish to adopt the wishes of central and western North Carolina’s bravest, most inspiring children:  wish-kids.  To date the group has raised over $250,000.