Stephanie M. Frierson is a registered
nurse at Brooklyn Plaza Medical
Center who prides herself on
serving individuals in communities
disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS,
homelessness, and substance use.
Stephanie has provided patients
with medical care and social service
programming, including housing
assistance, HIV prevention, and wellness
services. Many of the patients she
Brooklyn Plaza Medical Center
cares for are members of the LGBTQ
community, including people living with
Stephanie strives to maintain
a compassionate approach by
communicating with patients to
understand their needs and collaborating
with physicians and other health
professionals to coordinate care.
Stephanie received her first Bachelor’s
Degree in psychology from the University
of North Carolina Wilmington before
receiving an Associate’s Degree in
nursing from the Phillips School of Nursing
at Mount Sinai Beth Israel. In 2018, she
obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in nursing
from the University of Texas Arlington.
Among her qualifications, Stephanie
is certified in basic life support, infection
control, child abuse prevention training,
and IV peripheral skills.
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