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Bharati Kolte, MD

Dr. Bharati Kolte was born in Nagpur, a mid-sized city in central India. She studied medicine at the Government Medical College, Nagpur and completed her residency from the State University of New York at Buffalo.​  ​She is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and has practiced in Texas since 2000.  For the first 13 years, she practiced hospital-based medicine at the Heart Hospital of Austin, Seton Medical Center, and other hospitals in the Austin area.  While providing care for chronically ill patients in Austin Regional Clinic's Advanced Care Coordination Clinic from 2011 to 2013, she became acutely aware of the need to help patients change their lifestyle to successfully treat multiple chronic diseases. This experience inspired her to change her career path from hospital medicine to outpatient medicine and start Flora Medical Clinic in 2014.

In 2017, Bharati became Board Certified in Lifestyle Medicine to use lifestyle modification for prevention and treatment of lifestyle diseases.

Bharati lives in Austin with her husband, 2 children, and their dog. When not in the clinic, she loves to sing, cook, and spend time with her family and neighbors.​

Stephen Fuentes, DO 

Dr. Stephen Fuentes was born and raised in Texas. He served 4 years in the Air Force prior to starting his journey to medical school.  After his undergraduate training in Kinesiology from Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, he studied medicine at the University of North Texas Health Science Center – Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Worth, Texas. He completed his residency training in Family Medicine at Baylor Scott & White in Round Rock, Texas.  He is board certified in Family Medicine from the American Board of Family Physicians and is studying to complete his board certification from the American College of Lifestyle Medicine.  


Stephen’s focus in medicine is prevention through lifestyle modification and education of his patients. He has seen first-hand how debilitating diseases are exacerbated by the Standard American Diet (SAD) and a sedentary lifestyle.  He firmly believes that incorporating healthier habits is the key to prevention and reversal of chronic disease. 


Stephen lives in the Austin area with his wife and 3 boys. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife, playing with his kids, and exercising.  His long distance running accomplishments include 2008 Boston Marathon Finisher and personal best marathon time of 2:57 at the 2009 Rock ‘n’ Roll San Antonio Marathon.

Sherry Fulmer, FNP-C

Nurse Practitioner


Sherry Fulmer is an AANP Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She received her Masters of Science in Nursing from the University of South Alabama and Bachelor of Nursing at Columbus State University. Sherry’s transition to primary care is rooted in empowering patients to live in optimal health, free from many of the chronic conditions she cared for in her seven years in the Intensive Care Unit.  Her international upbringing across the Middle East and Europe expanded her global perspective beyond physical health to include mental, emotional, and spiritual factors. Sherry’s journey to whole food plant based living is inspired by providing her family with nutritious, evidence-based choices.  


In her spare time, Sherry enjoys the outdoors with her husband and two daughters.  She also loves to cook, travel, and play golf. 


Jasmine Lewis, FNP-C 

Nurse Practitioner

Jasmine Lewis is an AANP Board Certified Nurse Practitioner. She began her career with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Chemistry from Spring Hill College in Mobile, AL. She then moved to Seattle, WA where she studied Naturopathic Medicine at Bastyr University in Seattle, WA, focusing on clinical nutrition, exercise science, psychology, and botanical medicine. It was here that she became passionate about promoting health and reversing chronic disease. She wanted to integrate this knowledge into the conventional healthcare model in order to offer this kind of lifestyle medicine to all patients. She was accepted to the Nurse Practitioner program at Seattle University, where she earned her Masters of Nursing degree in 2008. Since that time she has worked in a variety of settings including  primary care, pain management, and oncology. She is especially thrilled to be part of the Flora Medical Clinic team. 


Outside of work, Jasmine enjoys spending time with her family and dog, doing yoga, riding bikes, cooking, socializing with friends, and enjoying local live music. 


Mindy Tran, FNP-C 

Nurse Practitioner


Mindy Tran is an AANP board certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She received her Bachelor's in Nursing at the University of Texas at Austin and her Master's in Nursing at the UT Health Science Center at San Antonio. Through caring for patients with multiple chronic conditions in the hospital setting she saw the increasingly pressing need for primary preventative measures. Mindy changed her lifestyle and diet to more wholesome and plant based foods in 2016 and is transitioning out of the hospital and into the primary care setting in hopes of helping patients through their own health and wellness journey at the preventative level.


In her free time Mindy enjoys rock climbing, hiking, and visiting as many National Parks as she can. 


Audrey Glaser

Lifestyle Medicine Health Coach

Practice Manager


Audrey is the lifestyle health coach and practice manager.  She has been living and teaching the whole foods plant-based way of life since 2011.  From cooking and meal planning to socializing, traveling and dining out, she loves helping patients navigate the obstacles to become successful on their journey to wellness and weight loss through lifestyle change.  Audrey has a master's degree in social work from the University of Texas at Austin. 


Kelly McCullough

Medical Assistant Care Navigator
Team Lead


Kelly is a native Austinite and animal lover who enjoys making people laugh. She studied biology at the University of Texas and has been a medical assistant at our practice since 2018. She is also our vaccine coordinator, our IT department, and she manages some of our patient programs. Kelly is passionate about patient-focused health care and was drawn to Flora because of its refreshing approach to treating chronic illnesses. She hopes to further her career in medicine under the guidance of Dr. Kolte. 

Morgan Finley

Medical Assistant Care Navigator
Chief Coordinator of Healthstriders


Morgan is an aspiring physician and currently applying for medical school. She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and got her Masters in Medical Science at UNT Health Science Center in Fort Worth. She is passionate about preventative care, and the lifestyle approach to treating chronic disease is something she wants to incorporate into her future career in medicine. In her free time she loves to explore Austin, read a good book, and play with her Corgis. 


Rachel Flores

Medical Assistant Care Navigator


Following her passion for good food, nutrition and exercise, Rachel is on her journey to become a nurse with a concentration in psychology and mental health and a focus in nutrition and educating others on the benefits of a whole food plant-based diet.         


Sara Pelczarski

Medical Assistant Care Navigator

Sara fills many roles at Flora. She manages appointments, assists with billing, speaks with potential new patients, and provides our team with both administrative and clinical medical assistance.


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Genesis Valenzuela

Medical Assistant Care Navigator

Genesis Valenzuela is a Medical Doctor from Dominican Republic who is currently studying for the USMLE to become a certified doctor in the United States. She joined our clinic as a medical assistant due to her interest in Lifestyle Medicine. She believes the most important part of medicine is prevention and well-being (mind and body). She plays multiple sports, enjoys cooking with her mother and taking long walks with her dog