Mary Elizabeth Adams, AGPCNP

Internal Medicine, Primary Care

Languages Spoken:

English

Gender:

Female

Mary Elizabeth Adams, AGPCNP

About Mary Elizabeth Adams, AGPCNP

Mary earned an Associate of Science in Nursing from Henry Ford Community College in 2007. As a registered nurse, she continued her education, earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Walden University in 2014 and a Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Michigan in 2017. Mary is board-certified as an adult-gerontology primary care nurse practitioner by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.

Bringing a wide breadth of experience and training to her nursing practice, Mary is passionate about caring for adult patients, especially the elderly. She loves getting to know new people, establishing relationships with patients and working with them to achieve better health outcomes.

Mary has a special interest in health promotion and healthy lifestyles, as well as the treatment of hypertension and diabetes. She likes to use a team approach to empower her patients to manage chronic conditions and maintain their health in order to live long, happy lives.

Mary spent her life in southeastern Michigan before relocating to Hampton Roads in 2020. She is the mother of two adult children. In addition to spending time with her family, Mary enjoys traveling, reading, kayaking, hiking and quilting.

Education

Other: Henry Ford Community College
Other: University of Michigan
Other: Walden University

Board Certifications

American Nurses Credentialing Center - Nurse Practitioner - Adult-Gerontology Primary Care

Locations

Internal Medicine Associates of Gloucester

7547 Medical Drive, 2200, Gloucester, VA 23061

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Phone

804-693-2720

Riverside Mathews Medical Center

10976 Buckley Hall Road, Mathews, VA 23109

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Phone

804-725-5005

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