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Jacky Psoinos CPNP

Jacquelyn S. Psoinos, MSN, CPNP-PS, PMHS

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

Jacquelyn Psoinos, MSN, CPNP-PS, PMHS joined Children’s Medical Office (CMO) as a pediatric nurse practitioner in September 2009. She became a full Partner at our practice in 2012.

Jacky became a registered nurse (RN) after graduating Summa Cum Laude with her BSN from the University of New Hampshire in 2005.  After graduation she landed her dream job at Boston Children’s Hospital, on the neurology/neuro-oncology inpatient unit. She loved every second spent with her colleagues, patients and families while at Children’s.  However, Jacky always knew she would further her education and attended Boston College while continuing her work as a staff nurse.  At BC, she earned Dean’s Award in 2006 and 2007, and graduated with her MSN in 2008. Shortly after, certified as a primary care pediatric nurse practitioner. Jacky took her time to find just the right nurse practitioner opportunity, CMO was the right fit.

During her career she had been appointed to BC faculty, teaching students in their Master’s nursing program.  Jacky also precepts students routinely in the office. Jacky sees newborns to young adults and enjoys all ages.  Recently Jacky decided to further expand her role and knowledge base, receiving a pediatric mental health certification.  She also become trained in the placement of Nexplanon. Jacky is a member of Pediatric Nursing Certification Board (PNCB), American Academy of Pediatrics, Sigma Theta Tau, Massachusetts Coalition of Nurse Practitioners and National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP).
Jacky grew up in New Hampshire and now lives with her husband and two children here in Andover.


What is your favorite activity outside the office?

Activity! Running, biking, snowboarding etc… of course anything family time. Maybe trying to keep my sourdough starter and house plants alive…


What is the most important factor in a provider-patient relationship and why?

Trust and comfort.  Which also includes time.  I value most the relationships that patients, families and I are able to create over time.

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