CHC Hires Nurse Practitioner, Clinical Psychiatric Nurse

Excellent additions to growing team...
Barbara Gionet Hasson and Linda LePoer are the newest members of the team at Community Health Center of Cape Cod (CHC photos)

Community Health Center of Cape Cod announces the addition of two individuals to their growing team.

Barbara Gionet Hasson, MS, RN, GNP-BC was hired at the Health Center as a Nurse Practitioner. She formerly worked as a Dermatology Nurse Practitioner at the Veteran’s Administration in Santa Rosa, CA, where she treated patients with medical skin conditions and supervised and trained nursing support staff. Prior to the VA, Ms. Gionet Hasson was a Nurse Specialist at Hospital Elder Life in the HELP Program of California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco and a Clinical Nurse at Marin General Hospital in Greenbrae, CA, providing care for medical and surgical patients with orthopedic, oncologic, gastrointestinal and other surgical procedures. She graduated from University of California, San Francisco Medical School and did her clinical training and residency at Sonoma Valley Hospital in Sonoma, CA.

Linda LePoer, RN, MSN, CNS is a Clinical Psychiatric Nurse Specialist, working in the Health Center’s Behavioral Health department. Most recently, she worked as a Prescriber for Devereux School in Rutland, MA and as a Prescriber for Eagle Hill School in Hardwick, MA while continuing her private practice for eight years in Westminster, MA. She also worked at Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis, managing patients’ medications, conducting group sessions and providing psychotherapy and case management with interdisciplinary coordination. She received her Undergraduate and Master’s Degree in Nursing from University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

To learn more about becoming a patient at Community Health Center of Cape Cod, please visit us online at www.chcofcapecod.org or call 508-477-7090.
 


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