Randee Greenwald, PhD, RN, FNP-BC

RGreenwald_16Special Interest and Research: Community Health, Vulnerable Populations including Incarcerated and Refugee Populations, Health Disparities, Social Justice, Reproductive Health.

Professional Experience: Dr. Greenwald has taught community health nursing at New Mexico State University since 2014. She is a Family Nurse Practitioner and has practiced in community settings serving patients in border communities, jails, prisons, homeless clinics, student health, and public health. She volunteers nurse practitioner services to a free clinic serving the working poor and homeless. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau and the New Mexico Nurses Association. She keeps informed on border issues and volunteers time with an animal advocacy organization. She has lived and worked overseas as a Peace Corps Community Development Volunteer in Cameroon. Randee enjoys exposing nursing students to the wonderful world of community and public health nursing in the border region.

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