Tessa Enright, FNP-BC

Family Medicine

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Tessa is available through telemedicine. Please call (805) 642-1430 to request an appointment. Tessa will be joining our upcoming new location in Downtown Ventura (Spring/Summer 2021)

Tessa Enright was born and raised in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. She grew up in both Jackson and Santa Barbara and later attended high school in Ojai at The Thacher School. She studied psychology at Colorado College in Colorado Springs and her involvement in healthcare began during college, working as a wilderness EMT. 


Thereafter, Tessa pursued post-graduate training to become an Advanced Nurse Practitioner at Columbia University.  In 2011, Tessa launched her career in rural medicine working at a Critical Access ER and in Urgent Care - ultimately leading to her work in Family and Internal Medicine at a primary care practice in Jackson, Wyoming.


For the past seven years Tessa has enjoyed a loyal following of long-term primary care patients who recognize her passion for an integrated approach to medicine. Her patients have felt listened to and cared for in both mind and body. Tessa is recognized by her patients as a provider who is genuinely interested in their health and well being in all facets of their lives. 


Tessa’s expertise in differential diagnosis, evidenced-based pharmacology, and promotion of healthy lifestyles, serves her patients well.


Tessa has served on a medical mission to Nicaragua where she provided volunteer health services to the country’s underserved population.  Tessa has a passion for family medicine.  She sees herself as a world citizen, committed to the well being of one and all. 


Tessa recently moved to Ojai, California with her family. She loves
the mountains, skiing, hiking and biking; and is excited to have the
chance to be closer to the ocean again.

We would love to meet you. Come see us!

Medical Pairing

To give our patients the most cohesive medical care, our Physicians and Family Nurse Practitioners are paired together to ensure your care plan is being closely monitored at all times.


Maria Barrell, DO