Get to know Family Nurse Practitioner Joelle K. Sallard, who serves patients within Christiana Care Health System.
Joelle K. Sallard is a Family Nurse Practitioner, with over a decade of experience, she currently practices with Christiana Care Health System.
Christiana Care Health System mission as an organization is to serve their neighbors as an expert, caring partners in their health. They do this by creating innovative, effective, affordable systems of care that our neighbors value. Christiana Care has the most advanced health care technology available to help meet your needs. But more important than the technology is their commitment to partner with you to meet your individual needs. They want to care for you and help you live the healthy life you want to live.
Joelle graduated with her Nursing Degree and as a Certified Registered Nurse from St. Johns Episcopal Hospital in 2002. Furthering her education, she graduated with her Master of Science in Nursing from Wesley College in 2011. She earned her certification as a Family Nurse Practioner from Widener University in 2014.
Joelle holds additional certification as a Legal Nurse Consultant. Legal nurse consultants are members of a specialty in which nurses provide invaluable consultation and expertise to attorneys about medical issues. With strong roots in clinical nursing practice, LNCs apply the nursing process to evaluating relevant, complex information in legal cases.
Joelle stays up to date in her field by reading up on her favorite publication, the American Journal of Nursing. She attributes her professional success to her dedication and hard work. When not working, she enjoys dancing.
A Family Nurse Practitioner is a registered nurse with specialized educational and clinical training in family practice. Nurse practitioners have a higher degree of training, in both the classroom and clinical setting, than Registered Nurses do, although becoming an RN is a prerequisite. Family Nurse Practitioners in particular are trained to work with both children and adults, most often in the context of a family practice or clinical setting. FNPs work with patients on maintaining health and wellness over the long term with a particular focus on preventative care. More and more states, are allowing FNPs to work independently due to an extreme lack of doctors, particularly in the area of family practice.
Learn More about Joelle K. Sallard:
Through her online profile, http://todaysnurse.org/network/index.php?do=/4124947/info/