About Suzanne Fiscella, PA-C, BCPA, MS, MLS

Suzanne Fiscella
Advocate - Speaker - Blogger - Coach - Author

Suzanne is a retired Physician Assistant, who now devotes all her time to teaching seniors and their family members how to become super stars in senior aging.

She grew up in a home watching her father practice old-fashioned medicine; making house calls and knowing all his patients by name. Suzanne spent 30 years in education as a secondary science teacher and college professor.

At age 50, she returned to school to pursue a master's degree in Physician Assistant Studies.  After years in Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine, she re-entered the education arena to share with others what worked in her practice making families and their seniors communicating and laughing again. 

Why She Helps Seniors and Their Family Members Like You

Frustrated by the lack of transparency and communication between patients and their physicians, Suzanne first founded Patient Best® LLC, a professional advocate service that blogs on how you can advocate for yourself in a system that puts profits over patients.

She then went on and founded CaregiverHaven™ which allieviates the pressure of family dynamics as a loved one ages. Her Senior Freedom Club™ membership brings both seniors and their families closer together with enjoyable experiences.  Members truly make the senior experience a joy, full of laughter and memories.  

Because her passion also encompasses the frustration felt by many physicians and their patients, she has become a national voice to bring medicine back to the personal care level, healing fragmented healthcare, one patient at a time.

Healthcare mistakes are the #3 cause of death in America today. Physicians are told to see a patient every 6 minutes. Because of this, there is little communication and medical mistakes are rampant.

The best doctors are burning out. Medical bills are wrong 100% of the time. Medical Charts are 100% wrong. Insurance premiums are skyrocketing. Patients are left frustrated.

It's got to stop. We deserve better. You can learn to advocate for yourself and get the well-deserved care you need.

Suzanne provides resources, secrets, tips, and experts who know how to get the best care, the right care for every single patient who wants it.

All products she promotes have been vetted to the highest degree which thousands of feedback and reviews from actual users.

She is the author of The Patient Best® Medical History Book, a comprehensive 3-ring binder allowing every user to keep their own medical safe from hackers and up to date. 

She authored 2 Amazon books, Overcoming the Chronic Pain of Healthcare, and The Ultimate Caregiver's Guide

She blogs daily on her PatientBest.com and CaregiverHaven.com site. She is also a founding Board Member of the Patient Education Movement, Inc, a non-profit organization to help patients gain access to only the best care. 

If anyone is a true crusader for Senior Healthcare Consumer Protection, it's Suzanne.

"After all, patients just want to be seen, heard, and understood."



Over the years, I have become a national speaker on Patient Rights. As I continue to speak, I ask my audiences what their senior roadmap looks like.

The silence is deafening.

So my hope with CaregiverHaven™ is to reach out to as many seniors and their family members as I can andto give them the "blueprint" to healthy happy living. 

With so much false information circulating the internet, it is our intention to give evidence-based truthful insights in to the struggles seniors overcome and how they do it through education, resources, and family communication. These are the very things I taught my patients in our exam rooms.  You need to know what I learned through hundreds of doctors and thousands of senior patients just like yourself.

My Family

When I am not busy writing , speaking and seeing patients, you can find me boating, fishing, walking the beach or spending time with my three children. 

I now live in sunny Ft Myers, FL.  I moved here after raising my family in Lexington, KY.

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