Scranton, Pa. (Aug. 21, 2020) - Two certified registered nurse practitioners with more than 35 years combined experience in general nursing and acute patient care have joined The Wright Center for Community Health to provide primary care to people of all ages.
Drums resident Christine Wysocky (left head shot) joins The Wright Center’s Wilkes-Barre practice at 250 Old River Road. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in nursing from Misericordia University, where she is currently a doctoral candidate scheduled for completion in December. Wysocky is a board-certified registered nurse practitioner and a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. She most recently worked as a registered nurse in the general cardiovascular intensive care unit of Wilkes-Barre General Hospital.
At The Wright Center, Wysocky will see infant, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients. To schedule an appointment with Wysocky at the Old River Road Wilkes-Barre practice, call 570-826-5038.
Scranton resident Kelly M. Worsnick(right head shot) joins The Wright Center’s Clarks Summit practice, 1145 Northern Blvd., South Abington Twp. She earned her associate and bachelor’s degrees in nursing from The Pennsylvania State University, and her master’s degree as a family nurse practitioner from Misericordia University. Worsnick is a board-certified registered nurse practitioner and member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, the Nurse Practitioners of Northeastern Pennsylvania, and the Emergency Nurse Association. She most recently served as director of emergency services at Regional Hospital of Scranton.
At The Wright Center, Worsnick will provide family practice care to patients of all ages. To schedule an appointment with Worsnick at the Clarks Summit practice, call 570-585-1300.
ABOUT THE WRIGHT CENTER
The Wright Center’s mission is to improve the health and welfare of our community through inclusive and responsive health services and the sustainable renewal of an inspired, competent workforce that is privileged to serve. This mission is carried out in two complementary entities: The Wright Center for Community Health (TWCCH) and The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education (TWCGME).
TWCCH is a Federally Qualified Health Center Look-Alike with a growing network of nine existing community health centers throughout Lackawanna, Luzerne and Wayne counties that provide safety net, comprehensive primary and preventive healthcare, including medical, dental, mental health/substance abuse and Ryan White HIV services, to medically underserved populations regardless of a patient’s ability to pay.
TWCGME is the largest, national Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education Consortium that is dedicated to training compassionate, highly skilled physicians in community immersed clinical learning networks collectively striving to address our nation’s physician shortage and related healthcare access disparities.
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