Cuomo and Nass Appointed to Advanced Practice Providers Advisory Group

Kimberly Cuomo, outpatient advanced practice provider (APP) manager in the Division of Cardiology, and Caitlin Nass, instructor in the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism and director of intervention for Diabetes Self-Management Training and the Diabetes Prevention and Education Program, were recently selected for the Johns Hopkins Medicine Advanced Practice Providers Advisory Group.

The Advanced Practice Providers Advisory Group was created in March due to the growth in number of APPs throughout JHM in order to provide more prominent representation and opportunities for APPs. Group members include representatives from all JHM hospitals and member organizations as well as all advanced practice professions and will work to draft enterprise-wide structure and governance for APPs including credentialing needs and professional development opportunities. The full advisory group is listed below.

Advanced Practice Providers Advisory Group:

  • Erica Burns, C.R.N.A. (Howard County General Hospital)
  • Theresa Koester Cano, P.A.-C. (Sibley Memorial Hospital)
  • Kimberly Cuomo, C.R.N.P. (Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine)
  • Regina Howell, C.R.N.P. (Suburban Hospital)
  • Martha Kennedy, C.R.N.P. (The Johns Hopkins Hospital)
  • Adi Lazary-Dagan, C.N.M. (Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center)
  • Carolyn Le, C.R.N.P. (Johns Hopkins Community Physicians)
  • Andra Love, P.A.-C. (Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine)
  • Mary Masterson, P.A.-C. (Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center)
  • Caitlin Nass, C.R.N.P. (Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine)
  • Stephen Olomukoro, C.R.N.A. (Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center)
  • Laura Schoch, C.R.N.P. (Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine)
  • Matthew Soladay, C.R.N.A. (Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine)
  • Kelly Vasquenza, C.R.N.P. (Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine)
  • Julie Williams, C.R.N.P. (The Johns Hopkins Hospital)
  • Sam Young, C.N.S. (The Johns Hopkins Hospital)