Sandra R. Jayne, CRNP, MSN

General Surgery

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Lehigh Valley Physician Group

Specialties
General Surgery
LVHN Affiliates
Lehigh Valley Institute for Surgical Excellence
Languages spoken
English

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About Sandra R. Jayne

Philosophy of care

I have always found myself drawn to the hurting, the sick or the sad. As a child I would bandage all my pets – and myself. A desire to "help and heal" pointed me to a nursing career at a very early age. (I cannot recall wanting to be anything else.) My parents instilled in me values compatible with a career in nursing, always encouraging me to assist/serve others. My friends and family have always maintained "you were born to be a nurse." Caring for others is not just what I do, it is who I am.

Why I entered medicine

I entered nursing to serve and care for others. After 20 years as a registered nurse (RN), practicing medicine as a nurse practitioner (CRNP) was a natural evolution.

Community involvement

I am on the University of Scranton’s graduate nursing program’s Community Advisory Committee. I also am a preceptor and a guest speaker for the university’s undergraduate and graduate nursing programs.

Personal interests

I divide my spare time among furniture refinishing, rescue dogs and cooking.

Education

Undergraduate
Wilkes University, BS - Nursing, 1983

Graduate
University of Scranton, MSN - Family Nurse Practitioner, 2001

Training


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