Annmarie Phillips, AGPCNP-BC, GS-C, started her nursing career over 20 years ago working on Medical Surgical units at local hospitals. She started out delivering primary nursing and caring for adult and geriatric patients. She worked her way up from floor Nurse to Charge Nurse, ultimately becoming a Manager of five units with seven services including Med/Surg, Oncology, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, Obstetrics, Department of Corrections, and Addiction Services. Annmarie furthered her nursing career when she completed her Masters in Nursing in Adult Gerontology Primary Care. As a Nurse Practitioner, the cornerstone of her practice is based on delivering personalized, compassionate, evidenced-based care to every patient that she has the privilege of partnering with.
Undergraduate & Graduate
Dutchess Community College
SUNY New Paltz
Western Connecticut State University, MS in Nursing
American Nurses Credentialing Center
Gerontological Advanced Practice Nurses Association
American Nurses Association
1. CTAPRN Annual Conference Co-Speaker: Pump It Up: Managing Diabetes with New Technologies, Southbury, CT.
2. Diabetic Education Day at Danbury Hospital; Poster Presentation: “Insulin Pump Therapy: Are you safe in the hospital while wearing your pump?” Danbury, CT.
3. CT Collaboration Research Day at Western Connecticut State University Poster Presentation: “Insulin Pump Therapy: Are you safe in the hospital while wearing your pump?” Danbury CT