HFM Heart & Vascular Center welcomes new nurse practitioner

Jenna Rathsack

Holy Family Memorial Heart & Vascular Center is pleased to announce the addition of nurse practitioner Jenna M. Rathsack. She will provide care for patients with cardiovascular disease along with interventional cardiologists Michael Rosenberg, MD, Matthew Gentile, MD, and Vladimir Swerchowsky, MD. She will begin seeing patients September 12.

Jenna says caring for others has always come naturally to her, and is what inspired her to become a nurse practitioner. A year-long nursing internship in the HFM Cardiac Cath Lab in 2013 sparked Jenna’s interest to work in cardiology and her passion for it only grew more when she joined the team as a cath lab nurse in 2015.

Jenna is passionate about helping people lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels because this can make a huge difference in preventing heart attacks. She has seen firsthand, while working in the HFM Cardiac Cath Lab, the damage chronic conditions can do to the heart and arteries leading to it. If you are looking to improve chronic conditions that are threatening your heart health, Jenna is a caring and knowledgeable nurse practitioner who has the expertise to help you.

“I’m really excited about my new nursing role at HFM Heart & Vascular Center and am looking forward to developing relationships with my patients and getting to know them,” said Jenna. “Helping patients live the healthiest life possible is one of the most rewarding and gratifying experiences for me.”

Jenna earned her master’s degree in nursing from Concordia University in Mequon, Wisconsin. She received her bachelor’s of science in nursing from Marian University. She is certified as a family nurse practitioner by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.

In her free time, Jenna is busy planning her wedding to fiancé Derek and renovating their home, and enjoys spending time outdoors with family and friends.

Jenna is accepting new patients who are facing heart health concerns. To schedule an appointment, call the HFM Heart & Vascular Center at (920) 320-3000 or learn more at hfmhealth.org/heart-care.