Antonio Pedulla is a board-certified nurse practitioner. He started his career as a Registered Nurse working with adults with intellectual disabilities. In addition to that, he spent 6 years honing his skills in hospital settings, performing home infusions, working in group homes and in acute adolescent psych. After much time and effort, he succeeded in graduating from Wilkes University with a Master's of Science in Nursing, specializing in Family Medicine. He continues to attend Wilkes University for his post graduate certification as a Psych and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, which he hopes to utilize to provide comprehensive care to all patients he treats.
Currently, his experiences in a variety of specialities and in urban, suburban and rural settings have made him a well rounded provider that is able to support the needs of both mind and body to a wide cross section of patient populations. When not working to further his education and experience, he is tending to his vegetable garden, and beekeeping on his hobby farm, where he also raises sheep, goats, geese, chickens, ducks and a variety of other livestock for fun and leisure.
In a forest of a hundred thousand trees, no two leaves are alike. And no two journeys along the same path are alike. ― Paulo Coelho