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Nyack Hospital NP presents at nursing event

Monday October 21, 2013
Jennifer Reardon, RN
Jennifer Reardon, RN
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Jennifer Reardon, RN, MSN, ANP-BC, CNRN, MSCN, was chosen to present “Aging with MS: The Older Adult” at the Janet Pearce Multiple Sclerosis Nurse Education Program 2013 on Oct. 19 in New York City.

Co-presenters were Rachael Stacom, ANP-BC, MS, MSCN, vice president, care management, Independence Care System, Bronx; and Anne Marie Rooney-Crino, ANP, MS, MPH, MSCN, Independence Care System.

Reardon is a nurse practitioner at The Weill Cornell Multiple Sclerosis Center at Nyack (N.Y.) Hospital. She has extensive experience providing care, counseling, support, education and treatment services to patients with multiple sclerosis. A graduate of Yale University School of Nursing, New Haven, Conn., Reardon is a certified multiple sclerosis and neuroscience RN, and holds an advanced practice board certification.

The Weill Cornell Multiple Sclerosis Center at Nyack Hospital offers comprehensive services including neuroimaging MRI with dedicated protocols for MS; a modern infusion suite with a full-time trained infusion nurse specialist; PET scanning; rehabilitation medicine, including physical and occupational therapy; support and education.


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