Andrea V. Dally, CRNP, MSN

Critical Care Medicine

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Critical Care Medicine
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Languages spoken
English, Spanish

Andrea V. Dally's Locations

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About Andrea V. Dally

Philosophy of care

I practice patient centered care with the compassion I learned from being a nurse for several years.

Why I entered medicine

I entered medicine to help patients and be closely involved with their care. I spent a lot of time outside of medicine in research developing treatments and now I want to implement them.

Personal interests

Spending time with my husband and family is a priority. I enjoy exercising and traveling to Puerto Rico often to visit my family.


University of Puerto Rico, BS - Cellular and Molecular Biology, 2012

Thomas Jefferson University, BSN - Bachelor of Science in Nursing, 2017

Thomas Jefferson University, MSN - Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, 2019

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