Medical Biography

Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Health Administration & Policy
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
Jefferson College of Nursing
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)
Wilmington University
BLS, ACLS, PALS, NIH Stroke Certified

Sarah is a Delaware native and Philadelphia Eagles fan (Go Birds!). She graduated from the University of Maryland Baltimore County in 2010, earning her Bachelor of Arts in Health Administration and Policy, all while training and competing as a D1 Track and Cross Country athlete.

Shortly after graduating, Sarah decided her interests were more on the clinical side of healthcare. She attended Jefferson College of Nursing in Philadelphia, PA, and earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2013. Sarah spent the next five years at Medstar Washington Hospital Center (WHC) in Washington, D.C. She completed WHC’s nurse residency program, which strengthened her clinical knowledge and enhanced her ability to care for a diverse and medically complex population. She then worked in the Burn/Trauma Intensive care unit (ICU), gaining invaluable skills in managing the care of critically ill patients.

Sarah moved back to Delaware in 2018 to be closer to family and become more involved with her local community. She took a position at Beebe Medical Center as a recovery room nurse and pursued her desire to expand upon her knowledge in medicine. Sarah completed a Master of Science in Nursing at Wilmington University and is board certified through The American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC, FNP-BC). Sarah formed many strong connections with local MDs, DOs, PAs, and NPs during her four years at Beebe Medical Center and her recent academic training. She is excited to continue her journey with the Atracare family as a Nurse Practitioner to provide exceptional care to our diverse and growing community.

Sarah loves spending time with family and friends, relaxing at the beach, and doing anything outdoors. You can also find her working out at the gym, attending spin and yoga classes at local studios, or walking at DE State Parks and DE beaches.