Jonathan Tarin is a Nurse Practitioner who joined Southern Interventional Pain Center in March of 2020. He is a graduate of the South University Family Nurse Practitioner program. Jonathan has an extensive nursing background in the Intensive Care Unit caring for critically ill patients at Archbold Medical Center in Thomasville, GA. Prior to pursuing a career in nursing, Jonathan was a public-school teacher for 7 years.
Jonathan’s professional affiliations include the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and the AANP Pain Management Practice Specialty Group. He resides in Cairo, GA with his wife and two children. Jonathan is an active member of his church and community of Grady County. He enjoys travelling, spending time with his family, reading, soccer and FSU/UGA football.
“Many of my patients in the ICU experienced pain of all kinds and it was in this setting that I was introduced to the practice of pain management. I came to understand that the control of pain is multifaceted and not just relegated to medications. My background in nursing taught me that caring for the whole person (physically, emotionally, and spiritually) is important in the mediation of pain symptoms, and as a provider of Southern Interventional Pain Center, I am committed to that same mindset and methodology.”