Profile: Specializations / Clinical Interests: Pediatric Neurology and Epilepsy
Board Certifications: Certifed as a Pediatric Nurse Practioner (PNP)
Medical School: Columbia University, Masters of Science in Nursing (magna cum laude), Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, 2001
Academic Appointment Instructor in Clinical Nursing, Columbia University, PNP program
Patricia McGoldrick earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from College of Mt. St. Vincent, New York in 1981. In 1989, she received her Masters in Public Administration from New York University. She graduated cum laude from both institutions.
NEXT UP: Our 1st Community Spotlight featuring Team Gabriella & The Epilepsy Road Warriors The team at EFMNY would like to thank you for your questions! After each post, we’ll post answers from our experts to the most frequently asked questions we receive. Please note that these Q&A post, like our provider articles, should […]
How soon should medications be changed? The typical rule of thumb is that medications should be switched if they are ineffective. Once a person has been on the appropriate medication for their type of seizures, and has reached the appropriate or maximum dose and is still having seizures, the medication should be changed. Usually a […]