Jan Michaud, APRN


Jan Michaud is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse in Stratham, New Hampshire.

"I have worked in our Exeter office for the past 15 years helping to support families by providing health care and health education for their children. My clinical interests include child development and adolescent health care."

Now located in our new office at 118 Portsmouth Ave., Building D in Stratham.
 
Gender
Female
Education
  • Undergraduate: BAN, Simmons College
  • Graduate: MSN, MPH, Columbia University School of Nursing; School of Public Health, NYC, NY
Board Certified
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

Patient Rating
4.7 out of 5
84 Ratings
24 Comments
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Location

Core Physicians
118 Portsmouth Avenue
Stratham, NH 03885
Phone: (603) 658-1823
Fax: (603) 658-1824

Verified Patient Reviews & Comments

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1/12/2023

New location.

12/8/2022

She is so caring and I love when my kids see her!

11/21/2022

Listens to concerns, well educated, validating to new parents :)

11/15/2022

Very nice and listened to all concerns. Did not come off as an alarmist and gave good advice and easy solutions

11/8/2022

I would recommend Jan Michaud to anyone, she is wonderful, this was our second time seeing her.

11/7/2022

Incredibly knowledgeable, professional, compassionate, and caring!

11/1/2022

Nurse Jan was kind

10/31/2022

We look forward to seeing her for our families physicals. She may not be our daughters pcp or our normal office but she always remembers all 3 of our girls! Can't tell you how much that means, especially now with things so chaotic in healthcare and beyond. She is a gem!

10/25/2022

Il advice then to go to see a doctor only if needed! Medical and insurance has became instrument of robbing the patient.

10/22/2022

They are great! And I do tell them that

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