Drawn to the medical field by a passion for helping others through all stages of life, family nurse practitioner, Jennifer Vannoy earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Old Dominion University (ODU) in Norfolk, VA. She continued her education at ODU, earning Master of Science degrees in both Nursing Administration/Leadership and Family Nurse Practitioner.
Prior to pursuing a career as a family nurse practitioner, Jennifer gained nearly a decade of experience as a registered nurse in local area hospitals providing care in a variety of specialty fields to include cardiology, surgery, women’s health, and geriatric medicine.
In her clinical practice, Jennifer provides holistic, patient-centered care focused on prevention and education to create individualized care plans. She believes that by empowering her patients to become active participants in their treatments, the best outcomes can be achieved.
Jennifer’s special medical interests include primary care for adults and adolescents, chronic disease management, women’s health, and encouraging a healthy lifestyle to help prevent disease and promote good health. In addition to her clinical duties, Jennifer has also served as a nurse preceptor providing instruction to nursing graduates and as a department manager in the hospital setting.
Jennifer is a member of the Virginia Council of Nurse Practitioners.
A Mathews County native, Jennifer currently resides in Gloucester with her husband and three children. Outside of the office, Jennifer enjoys spending time with her family, visiting the beach, and snowboarding in the mountains.
Undergraduate: Associates of Applied Science in Registered Nursing, Rappahannock Community College
Undergraduate: Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Old Dominion University
Graduate: Master of Science in Nursing Administration/Leadership, Old Dominion University
Graduate: Master of Science in Nursing - Family Nurse Pratitioner, Old Dominion University
Certification: American College of Nurse Practitioners, Family Nurse Practitioner