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Rita Romano attended Stony Brook University, a renowned institution, where she dedicated herself to pursuing her passion for nursing. In 2014, she earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), solidifying her knowledge and skills in the field. It's worth mentioning that even before obtaining her BSN, Rita had worked as a Registered Nurse (RN) since 2010, providing exceptional care to children in the home care setting.

Driven by her desire to grow and expand her expertise continuously, Rita took on a new challenge as a telemetry RN at Mather Hospital. For the past six years, she has been an invaluable member of a specialized cardiac/stroke unit, demonstrating her commitment to delivering high-quality care to patients with complex conditions. While at Mather Hospital, Rita has honed her skills in monitoring and treating patients with cardiac and stroke-related issues, ensuring their well-being and promoting recovery.
To elevate her ability to diagnose and treat patients at an advanced level, Rita pursued further education and completed her Master's in Nursing at Stony Brook University. This achievement allowed her to become a certified Family Nurse Practitioner, empowering her to provide comprehensive care across the lifespan. By obtaining this advanced certification, Rita has positioned herself as a trusted healthcare provider capable of offering her patients a wide range of services.

Rita's dedication to her profession extends beyond her clinical practice. As an active member of the NP Association of Long Island, she actively engages in professional development opportunities, stays informed about the latest advancements in healthcare, and collaborates with fellow nurse practitioners to enhance the quality of care in the community. 

 With her solid educational background, extensive experience, and commitment to ongoing professional growth, Rita Romano is a highly qualified and compassionate healthcare professional dedicated to making a positive impact in the lives of her patients.