Dr. Harris & Nurturing You is expanding to the desert!

Happy, healthy mid-aged woman

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Leita Harris will be joining the WellMax team in Indian Wells, California on WEDNESDAYS starting March 27 to provide Gynecologic services, Peri-menopause and Menopause treatment including Bio-identical Hormone Replacement and much more.

Dr. Harris is the ONLY certified SottoPelle(R) Hormone Pellet doctor in the Palm Desert area!

Share the news as we are very excited that our territory has been enlarged. We will continue to provide excellent service at our current location in CORONA on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

Dr. Harris' services at WellMax are concierge treatments not covered by private insurance. To find out more or to book your appointment for Wednesdays in Indian Wells, visit wellmax.com

To find out more about the services that Dr Harris provides, visit our website at nurturingyou.com

To Health & Wellness
~Dr Leita

Author
Leita Harris, MD Dr. Leita Harris has been delivering health care to women in the Inland Empire since 1990. Dr Harris specializes in providing quality gynecological care and overall wellness. Key Specializations include Biodentical Hormone Therapy Treatment and FemTouch Laser Rejuvenation. Being sensitive to her clients needs and offering an individualized approach to women's wellness makes Dr. Harris an expert in delivering compassionate care.

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