I graduated from Rivier University in 2007 with my Bachelors of Science in Nursing. I am a board certified nurse and carry licensing in MA and NH. I have explored multiple areas of nursing throughout my career as a nurse, but most notable were Neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital, Urgent Care with Convenient MD, and some Pediatrics. I worked closely with my current Medical Director, Jeffrey Collins, through Convenient MD and also Dr Deborah Margolis, of CMD and Dr Deb MedSpa.
While I have always loved the beauty and aesthetic industry, it took me a while to make the transition into the world of cosmetic medicine. I fell deeper in love when I realized that I could combine my two loves; the beauty industry and my undying passion for nursing. I was certified as a cosmetic nurse injector at Surface Med Spa in North Hampton, NH. I received private training with a master injector and was certified in Botox and Fillers. I will continue to explore different education opportunities for master classes in this field because I am always eager to feed my brain with knowledge and to make every possible effort to be the best at what I do for my patients.
I aim for natural beauty. My goal is to take what you already have and enhance it by giving you knowledge surrounding cosmetic medicine, making an informed, team decision regarding care. I believe everybody should feel beautiful and comfortable in their own skin. I want my patients to feel safe and to have an individualized, personal experience with me at FacEnvy RX. Under my care, I aim to give my patients the confidence they deserve and a look that they will love.
Jeffrey Collins, MD, Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Jeffrey Collins is Chief Medical Officer at MD Now Urgent Care. Jeff is the medical director of FacEnvy RX. He previously served as Chief Medical Officer for ConvenientMD, one of the largest urgent care providers in New England. He was Chief of the Massachusetts General Hospital’s Urgent Care Center in Chelsea from 2001-2012. He also served as Medical Director of the MGH Center for Community Health Improvement in Boston from 2007-2012.
Collins has served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Urgent Care Foundation and on the Board of Directors of the Urgent Care Association of America. He is on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Urgent Care Medicine as well as multiple other committees for UCAOA, JCAHO, National Quality Forum, and others.
He has conducted research on urgent care access, urgent care referral practices, the role of urgent care centers in population health management, community health and others. Collins graduated Cum Laude from Bowdoin College with a dual major in Biochemistry and Anthropology. He did graduate work in social and medical anthropology at the University of Rochester and completed his fieldwork in Maharasthra, India as a U.S. Department of Education National Graduate Fellow. He graduated Cum Laude from the Boston University School of Medicine and as a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. He completed his residency in the Harvard Medical School Combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Residency Program. He was selected as a National Health Service Scholar and is currently an Ambassador with the NHSC.
He has taught medical students and residents at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School, Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University School of Medicine, and several other institutions. He is the recipient of multiple teaching and preceptor awards. He is married and has three children.
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