The co-founders of Q-Infusion in Richmond, Texas are Hannah Jarmon and Esongnyuo Fomukong-Etta who are board-certified Family Nurse Practitioners (FNP).


Hannah Jarmon is a poised, caring, dedicated, loving, and independent Mid-level provider who graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in nursing and South University in 2016 with a master’s degree in Advance Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) with specialty in Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP). She has been a nurse for the past 22 years and has worked in a variety of acute care settings including intensive care units (ICU), emergency department (ED), endoscopy, interventional radiology, preoperative care unit, and postoperative care unit (PCU), and more. For the past 6 years, Hannah has been practicing as a family nurse practitioner in outpatient clinics and Urgent care facilities. Hannah’s caring and dedication to her profession is paramount to her ability to serve patients/clients in an environment worthy of care.


Esong Fomukong-Etta is a dedicated board-certified Family Nurse practitioner. She has been in the healthcare field for over 22 years. She started her journey as an LVN in 2001. Then completed a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Texas Woman’s University in 2007, and a Master of Science in Nursing degree from Walden University where she obtained an Advance Practice Registered Nurse in 2015. She is very compassionate and has put smiles on the faces of children, adults, women, men, and the elderly in output clinics, urgent care centers, private homes, and hospitals. She enjoys what she does, is open-minded, and respectful, and pays attention to details to see that her patients live to the best of their abilities.

Hannah and Esongnyuo brings into Q-Infusion a wealth of nursing experiences as well as a mid-level provider’s functional abilities and capabilities of caring, compassion, dedication, and a nurturing environment for all clients. As Mid-level providers, we are fascinated with the potential health benefits that are associated with what Q-infusion therapy can bring to Richmond Texas, and the surrounding communities. IV infusion therapy has been practiced for several decades as an adjunct to traditional medical treatment for multiple health problems.

There is overwhelming scientific research evidence that supports multiple claims that infusion therapy is beneficial and enhances our overall well-being. Sometimes, IV infusion therapy may be necessary to help revise or  treat certain symptoms such as flu-like symptoms, seasonal allergies, low immunity, hangover, diarrhea with feelings of weakness and exhaustion, nausea and vomiting, migraine headache, and pain. Also, for someone who wants to enhance their performance by running a marathon, hiking, or looking beautiful for a party, enhance their beauty and glow of hair, face, and nails, or lose some extra pounds.

Prior to IV infusion, it is always recommended to consult with the FNP or the nurse, to assess the general health and well-being of the client and establish if the client has any underlying medical conditions or nutritional deficiencies. If there are any health concerns, then recommendations will be necessary for the client to consult with the family health care providers first before proceeding with IV infusion therapy.