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Our Leadership Team


Kimberly Overton, BSN, RN

Founder/Executive Director

Kimberly Overton is a Registered Nurse in Hendersonville, TN with a background in Critical Care. In July of 2021 she founded Nurse Freedom Network to stand against the medical tyranny we are now facing. She is a graduate of Western Kentucky University and has worked in the healthcare industry for over 25 years, serving in both clinical and administrative roles.


Kimberly has a true passion for providing patient-centered care that focuses on empowering individuals through information and education. She has been a strong advocate for autonomy and informed consent throughout her career.


Beyond the advocacy, her larger vision for Nurse Freedom Network has always been creating opportunities for nurses to break away from this broken and oppressive "sickcare" system, and empower them to cultivate their own environment; one in which both nurses and patients alike will THRIVE.


In 2022, she founded Remnant Nursing Services, a PMA specializing in the consultation & care of the vaccine injured.

Shelley Candelaria, BSN, RN

Director of Clinical Services

“Our Mission here is only beginning, and God is on our side”


Shelley owns and operates an IV Therapy Infusion clinic in Cottonwood, AZ while attending the Family Nurse Practitioner MSN program at Grand Canyon University. She has a background in critical care, cardiac/thoracic progressive care, research nursing, surgery, and hospice care. She has been in the medical field for over 14 years and nursing for 11years. She believes that nursing is an occupation consisting of professional individuals that exhibit and express compassion, respect, dignity, and integrity to their patients and fellow coworkers. Shelley is passionate about reducing patient fear due to the pandemic and her individual goal is to reduce hospitalizations by providing unparalleled IV infusions and COVID19 early treatment along with honest education. She puts her code of ethics at the forefront of her practice. She has seen ethics fall by the wayside to usher in more policy and protocol without backed sound research.


Krista O'Dea 

Director of Client & Triage Services

Krista O'Dea is a National Registry Paramedic, current NJ State Paramedic, and NYC REMAC Paramedic. She began her career as an EMT in 2004 in Brooklyn, NY where she was born and raised.  She worked within the 911 system, serving her community, since 2005.  She operated as a NYC Paramedic throughout Covid-19, until the vaccine mandate was put into place. She was terminated in March of 2022 for adhering to her convictions.  

In addition to paramedicine, Krista is also a functional medicine practitioner, student (home birth) midwife, prenatal and postpartum corrective exercise specialist, and Reiki Master Practitioner.  Caring for others is engrained into her very soul.  Ever since she was a child, she knew this gift was given to her to serve others and she wholeheartedly accepted this ordination.

Patient care and advocacy have always been, and always will be, her utmost priority.  Over the last few years, she witnessed the degradation of informed consent and the right to bodily autonomy. She witnessed out right medical malfeasance and crimes against humanity. 


Her goal is to take the power back to the people, where it belongs. She is honored to be a part of Remnant Nursing where true care is administered honestly and ethically and where clients play an integral role in managing their health and well-being. She looks forward to supporting you on your path to a fulfilling and healthy life!

Svetlana Dalla Lana, BScN, RN

Director of International Nursing Services

Nurse Svetlana from BC Canada has 25 years of Healthcare experience in Critical/Primary Care and Education as an RN with a BScN. She was 1 of 4000 RNs who was affected by the mandates and terminated from the BC "sickcare" system in October 2021 when she refused to receive the harmful injection. This preceded the loss of her 20 year marriage to a Family Doctor who chose to stay in the medical system and turn a blind eye to the corruption. Svetlana has experienced not only deep corruption in the medical system but also in the Canadian legal system where in February 2022 she lost full custody of her two children after refusing to vaccinate them. Svetlana started a network called Ezra Wellness where the "do no harm" model of care is upheld. EzraWellness.Ca is interested in providing solutions to current patient care challenges while building a new wellness paradigm with like-minded healthcare professionals. Svetlana upholds truth, love and justice as her guiding spiritual principles as she continues to navigate uncharted waters.



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