Patricia Fall, MSN, PPCNP- BC
Patricia Fall was born in West Virginia but grew up in Ohio. She received a Bachelors of Science in Nursing in 1977 from Kent State University. She worked one year at University Hospitals of Cleveland on a Medical/Surgical Unit as a Registered Nurse. In 1978 she relocated to Chapel Hill, North Carolina to work as a Registered Nurse at University of North Carolina Medical Center on the Baby-Toddler Unit.
In 1980, Pat was accepted to the University of Virginia Graduate School of Nursing Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Program. Upon completion in 1981, she again relocated to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and began her 30+ years as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with the Pediatric ENT Department at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. There she gained her expertise in diagnosis and treatment of ENT disorders in infants, children and adolescents. Over the years she worked with many of the leaders in the field of Pediatric ENT.
Pat has a strong background in clinical research and also spent many years helping to teach and train Pediatric Fellows, Residents, Medical and Nursing students that came to Children’s Hospital to learn from the experts in the field of Pediatric ENT.
In 1993, Pat received a Masters degree in Human Resources Management and for 20+ years in addition to a full-time clinical practice, she supervised support staff, including NPs and PAs at the ENT Department at Children’s Hospital.
Pat raised two daughters and now has relocated to the Lowcountry to continue her career in a warmer climate.
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