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Gloria Nimo

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Gloria Nimo, DNP, MSN, NP-C
Transitional Care Specialist

Dr. Gloria Nimo, DNP, RN, BSN, MSN, ANP, is a Multiple Myeloma Nurse Practitioner at The New Jewish Home, New York City (affiliated with The Mount Sinai Hospital), where she has experience in managing patients with Hematology-Oncology infusions or chemo-related reactions and up until April 2016, she was a Nurse Practitioner in the Department of Emergency Medicine at The Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City. In addition, Dr. Gloria Nimo has nine years of experience in general pediatrics. She graduated cum laude from the College of New Rochelle, earned a graduate degree in nursing from Fairleigh Dickinson University, obtained a postgraduate certificate in geriatric care from New York University, and most recently, a Doctor of Nursing degree from Dominican College of Blauvelt. 

Dr. Gloria Nimo was one of the first Nurse Practitioners to work on a Transitional Care Grant Project funded by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Dr. Nimo was instrumental in the development of Transitional Care Model templates for Nurse Practitioner documentation in the geriatric-specific assessment scale, GEDI WISE (Geriatric Emergency Department Innovations in Care Through Workforce, Informatics, and Structural Enhancements), which was incorporated in the Electronic Health Record (EPIC) for use in the first Geriatric Emergency Department in New York City. Additionally, Dr. Gloria Nimo is a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and served on the Nurse Practitioner Committee at Mount Sinai Hospital. She serves as Principal Investigator on the New York Academy of Medicine’s “Meaningful Uses of EHR and Clinical Work Flow in the Emergency Department” project.

She is the founder and CEO of Amazing Grace Children’s Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization incorporated in New Jersey and based in Ghana. Dr. Nimo has led Medical Missions and volunteered her services in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Accra’s 2,000-bed Korle-bu Teaching Hospital, the third-largest hospital in Africa. Her new organization seeks to provide health care to every child regardless of their ability to pay and vastly improve the health of the mothers and children of Sub-Saharan Africa.