Moncks Corner, SC Family Practice & Adult Medicine
Hope Clinic provides complete, convenient medical care in Moncks Corner, SC and North Charleston, SC. Our family practice offers the following services:
- Primary care Annual physical exams
- School physicals Sports physicals
- Work physicals DOT physicals
- Scheduled DDC testing Allergy Testing
- Women’s care Drug screening
- Workman’s Compensation
- Fall prevention testing
- Dementia screening
- Vocational rehabilitation appointments
- Adult Vaccines TB screening
- In-house laboratory
Walk-in patients are also welcome. If you need a new family practice, call Hope Clinic today. We’re here to maintain your good health!
“Giving back Hope one patient at a time.”
Temisan L. Etikerentse, MD
Dr. Temisan L. Etikerentse is a Board Certified Internist born on March 15, 1969 in Lagos, Nigeria. He received his medical training at the University of Lagos and graduated with an MMBS degree in 1991. In January of 1995, he moved to the United States after being accepted at Michigan State University Associated Hospitals. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine in 1998, after which he joined a private practice and worked in Pageland, SC for approximately 3 1/2 years.
In May of 2002, Dr. Etikerentse started Hope Clinic in Moncks Corner, SC. The practice currently has a second location in North Charleston, SC. In addition, he works as a hospitalist at both Trident Regional Medical Center and Summerville Medical Center, both of which are located in the Charleston tri-county area.
He has been appointed to serve on boards including the Berkeley County Mental Health Board. He also served for five years on the Board of Directors of the Berkeley County Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. Etikerentse lives in Mount Pleasant, SC and has been married for the past 15 years to his beautiful wife, Ijeoma Etikerentse. They are blessed with five children.
Wakesha Evans, PA-C
I am Wakesha Evans. I was born and raised in North, South Carolina. I graduated from North High School in 1994 and received my BS degree in Biology/Chemistry from Claflin University in 1998. I became a high school chemistry and physics teacher at Denmark Olar High School and taught summer courses at Voorhees and Claflin College. I loved teaching at the post secondary level and decided to pursue a graduate degree. I earned my Masters in Biomedical Science with a concentration in Pathology and a second Masters in Physical Assistant Studies from the Medical University of South Carolina. I have been employed by Hope Clinic for the past 8 years. I see patients from ages 2 weeks through 94 years of age.
I am happily married to the love of my life, Timothy Evans and have four wonderful children: Brittani, Kamille, Wil, and Kendall. I believe that my experiences as a teacher, cancer researcher, mother, and Christian have positively impacted my ability to serve as a clinician. I have the ability to understand disease processes but effectively explain health and wellness to my patients. I believe in practicing what I teach. I have several patients who are battling obesity. I emphatically believe that physical and emotional health is deeply connected with spiritual health. I have recently become a licensed Zumba instructor and am an active member of BGR. I encourage others to implement an exercise regimen that works for their lifestyles. Throughout my life, I have received numerous church, academic, community, and sorority awards. However, none can compare to the honor I feel when I know that I have aided in improving someone’s physical, emotional, and spiritual health. To God Be the Glory.
Sherlonda Adkins, PA-C
With over 15 years’ experience serving a socioeconomically and ethnically diverse population of patients, students, and customers, Sherlonda has transformed lives one person at a time. Her passion for helping people navigate major life decisions led her to serve others through real estate consulting, financial management, and marriage coaching. Sherlonda has also been instrumental in the lives of young people as a motivational speaker and teacher. In her spare time, she loves to travel, dance, and spend time with her husband and three children. Sherlonda has a Master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies from the Medical University of South Carolina, is national board certified, and is licensed by the South Carolina Board of Medical Examiners.
“My mission in life is to be a resource and use my God-given gifts and talents to help other people fulfill their destinies. I believe that the mental and emotional health of a person is often overlooked and undervalued in our society. I am committed to improving the health of the ‘whole person,’ which includes physical, mental/emotional, and spiritual well-being.”
Svetlana Stuck, PA-C
Svetlana Stuck is a nationally board certified and state licensed physician assistant. She attended Clemson University where she completed her Bachelor degree in Biological Sciences with a Microbiology minor. She then attended the University of Georgia where she received her Master of Public Health degree. After working with her public health degree, she went on to receive her Master of Physician Assistant Studies at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Svetlana has a passion for holistic and preventative medicine and believes in the importance of partnering with patients to establish treatment plans and goals. Her interests include dermatology, women’s health, the gut-brain-(skin)-axis, mindfulness, nutrition, and patient education.
As a creative person, she also enjoys working on different projects, from gardening to refinishing furniture. Furthermore, she enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, going to the beach, and traveling.