We are pleased to welcome Tish Jeanneret, ARNP, MSN nurse practitioner to our practice. Tish has worked with and known Dr Aronson-Ramos for over 15 years. Tish will be seeing stable patients for brief follow up visits. Below is more information about Tish and her qualifications. We are so fortunate and excited to have her in our office!
Tish has specialized in caring for children in South Florida since 1998. She began her career as a Registered Nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital caring for infants requiring highly specialized medical care due to extreme prematurity, congenital defects and complications. During her career she continued to further her education at Florida International University as an Advanced Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. Following completion of her post-graduate studies and internships in 2000, Tish Jeanneret has been providing primary care to children from infancy through 21 years of age. Over the years she has managed a diverse client base within a wide spectrum of wellness, illnesses and demographics.
As a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, she has extensive experience managing, diagnosing, and collaborating the care of children with behavioral and developmental difficulties. During her first 3 years of practice, Tish Jeanneret worked along side Dr. Aronson-Ramos providing pediatric care to children and families in South Florida. Their shared beliefs and dedication to providing high quality care to their patients and families have once again brought them together in practice.
Tish Jeanneret’s 16 years of experience and passion to share her knowledge with families and peers afforded her the opportunity to become an educator. She has been an adjunct clinical preceptor for the Nurse Practitioner programs both at Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University since 2009. She is also involved in community service as well as the school system by volunteering her time, knowledge and skills to improve the well being of children throughout the county.
In the front office, Dr Aronson-Ramos is pleased to have Desiree Guiliano as Office Manager. Desiree brings with her a wealth of professional and personal knowledge of the special needs community and living with a child with a developmental disability. Desiree’s grown son, Billy, has a rare genetic disorder, Prader Willi Syndrome. PWS is the most common known genetic cause of life-threatening obesity in children. He was diagnosed at a time when there were little to no resources in the community. Desiree was a pioneer in making sure her son’s needs were met, finding resources, and giving back to the community, serving as past Vice-President and Treasurer of the Prader Willi Florida Association, as well as her involvement with Special Olympics. Desiree’s professional expertise in office management is also a welcome addition to ensuring patient requests and needs are followed up in a timely manner. For more information on Prader Willi Syndrome click here www.pwsausa.org/florida-chapter for the state of Florida chapter, and www.pwausa.org for the National Organization.
Jenna Davis joined our staff in 2014 as assistant office manager. Jenna has become a vital member of the front office team. Jenna brings a natural talent in helping families and her calm steady presence is wonderful asset to our office.