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Geralyn Moyer, RN, MSN, CLNC

Philadelphia, PA – Geralyn Moyer, RN, MSN, CLNC, is being recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Pinnacle Lifetime Achiever in the field of Medicine as the Owner and Manager at Moyer and Associates, Legal Nurse Consultants, LLC, and a Nurse Manager at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.

Established in 2014, Legal Nurse Consultants renders premier expert witness and case researcher services. As a certified legal nurse consultant (CLNC), Ms. Moyer serves as an expert witness and helps clients find expert witnesses in areas outside of her purview as well as review cases and potential cases for attorneys. At Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, she oversees staff and the day to day operations of an interventional procedural unit. She has served in this role since March of 2017, previously holding the same title at Mercy Health System of Southeastern Pennsylvania for eleven years.

Backed by over thirty years of experience, Ms. Moyer is one of the top nurses in Philadelphia, the most populous county in the state of Pennsylvania. She is revered for her expert legal nursing consulting and advising, specializing in nursing management, healthcare consulting, nursing education, critical care, and interventional cardiac / interventional radiology. She has held leadership positions at various companies and served patients in other roles such as critical care, cardiac and preoperative registered nurse. She accredits her successful career to the phenomenal nursing care she received as a burn victim at the age of five, inspiring her to become a nurse.

In recognition of academic achievements, Ms. Moyer earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Temple University, followed by a Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Pennsylvania where she focused on Nursing Administration. Always fascinated by the law, she completed a legal nurse consultant training program, earning a CLNC.

A frontrunner in her field, Ms. Moyer is a member of several organizations, such as the American Nurses Association, American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants, Pennsylvania Organization of Nurse Leaders, and Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association. She remains active in her community, volunteering as a mentor at St. Katherine of Sienna School since 2009. She previously volunteered as a hospital chair for the American Heart Association for three years and is a student mentor at the University of Pennsylvania for fourteen years.

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