Meet our Providers
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Jordan Harper, NP
Jordan Harper is an American Academy of Nurse Practitioner’s Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She completed her undergraduate studies at Auburn University where she received a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing. She received her Master’s of Science in Nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner from The University of Alabama-Birmingham School of Nursing.
Jordan specializes in facial rejuvenation treatments through dermal fillers and neuromodulators. She approaches her work by enhancing the client’s beauty in a natural-looking way. Her goal is not to alter the client’s look by over-treating, but rather rejuvenate and “erase the years” to recreate a younger-looking face. She also helps with new patient consults, follow up appointments, and small dermatologic procedures.
Prior to becoming a nurse practitioner, Jordan was a critical care registered nurse for 5 years. She has served on several medical trips internationally where the focus was providing health care to undeserved nations. In her free time, Jordan enjoys traveling, being outside on the water, doing hot yoga, and hanging out with her husband and their golden doodle, Henry.
Rebecca Zerwick Johnson MPAS, PA-C
Rebecca grew up in Denver, Colorado and moved to Charleston to attend MUSC in 2004. She received her Master’s degree in Physician Assistant studies in 2006. Since graduation, Rebecca has worked five years in rural medicine which included dermatology, another five years in Emergency medicine and three years with a weight loss clinic. She joined Sweetgrass Plastic Surgery in January of 2015 to help with new patient consults, follow up appointments, laser treatments, small dermatologic procedures, injectables and the Juliet laser. Rebecca married a South Carolinian, has a sweet active two year old son and just gave birth to her second son in July 2016. Rebecca loves being outside and out on the water, leads boot camp at 5am, and has led many medical mission teams.
Mike Donovan, CRNA
Mike Donovan is a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist with over 10 years of experience providing safe, cost-effective, high quality anesthesia services in the Charleston and surrounding areas. Mike developed a passion for the cosmetic surgery patient population early in his career and continues to specialize in outpatient and office-based anesthesia. After working with many of the plastic surgeons around Charleston, Mike began working with other surgeons to build Sweetgrass Plastic Surgery into one of the busiest and fastest growing practices in the state of South Carolina. Mike recently started Ketamine Infusion Specialists of Charleston and is partnering with Sweetgrass Plastic Surgery to provide intravenous infusion services for those suffering with various mental health disorders. Mike has attended the University of Georgia, The Citadel, Medical University of South Carolina, the University of South Carolina, and currently and will complete his doctoral degree in August 2018 from Midwestern University. He currently resides on Daniel Island with his family.
Dr. Heather Wilkinson, DO, DABEM, FACEP, DABMA, DABIHM
Dr. Heather Wilkinson, DO, DABEM, FACEP, DABMA, DABIHM is excited to be joining the team at Sweetgrass Plastic Surgery. She will be completing a two year medical fellowship in Integrative and Holistic Medicine in January 2018. She is Board Certified in Medical Acupuncture, Integrative and Holistic Medicine and is both Board Certified and a Fellow in Emergency Medicine. She is a caring and intuitive healer who prides herself in her ability to listen and be fully present for each individual patient.
After suffering a back injury that ended her ER career, Dr. Wilkinson was introduced to acupuncture as a treatment option for her own chronic pain. Working alone and alongside conventional Western medical treatment, Integrative Medicine and Medical Acupuncture offer more options to help people feel better and heal faster. She understands the feelings of hopelessness and how frustrating it can be when it seems as if your medical practitioner is not hearing you.
She immensely valued her tenure with the Wounded Warrior Pain Care Initiative at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center where she offered medical acupuncture, reiki, osteopathic cranial manipulation and prolotherapy to our active troops, veterans and their families. This passion for treating our “homegrown heroes” is a driving force for her today. Dr. Wilkinson combines her unique training to offer healing at a different, new level: encouraging our body’s innate healing power by addressing each person’s unique body, mind and spirit.
When Dr. Wilkinson (or Dr. Heather as many call her) is not working, she enjoys spending time with her family. You can find her out with her 2 rescue dogs: Lady Josephine and Orion who is blind; or relaxing on her porch where her rescue cat, Napoleon, also loves to say hi. In 2015, she was certified in Equine Gestalt Coaching so that, along with her horsey co-coach (a Gypsy Vanner named Ahbainn), she offers another unconventional – yet very effective – healing modality to her patients and others. It is her Vision to help people to move past limiting beliefs that can arise when their lives are changed by illness and/or pain.