“My priority is to establish a trusting and long-lasting relationship with my patients and their families through all phases of their lives.”
Courtney Haggerty, ANP, joined The Woman’s Health Pavilion in 2016. Early in her career, she began working with our doctors in the Labor and Delivery unit at what was then Long Island Jewish Medical Center. Through this experience, Courtney gained tremendous respect for our practice. Today, she is a valued member of our team of exceptional providers. Her supportive and compassionate personality has made her a favorite with our Long Island OB-GYN patients.
To meet with Courtney or any of our other practitioners, request an appointment using our online form or call any of our OB-GYN office locations serving Queens, Brooklyn, and Long Island. The Woman’s Health Pavilion serves patients 7 days a week and offers same-day appointments for urgent conditions.
Education & Training
Courtney earned her nursing degree at the University of Massachusetts in 2002. Since 2004, she has been a trusted staff nurse in the Labor and Delivery unit of Long Island Jewish Medical Center (now Katz Woman’s Hospital), where she has supported thousands of laboring patients in both clinical and managerial roles. In 2013, she returned to Stony Brook University to pursue her Masters of Science Degree in Nursing as an Adult Health Nurse Practitioner.
Member of the Nurse Practitioner Association of Long Island (NPALI)
An Interview With Courtney
What led you to the field of obstetrics/gynecology?
Since I was a little girl, I always wanted to take care of babies; I just never knew it would be in this capacity. I saw my first birth in nursing school, and I knew from that day forward that this was the field I wanted to work in.
How many years have you been practicing in the field?
I have been practicing in the field for 15 years.
What makes your job rewarding?
There are so many things that make my job rewarding, seeing a family created is by far the best part. It is such a privilege to follow a couple’s pregnancy from beginning to end, and then see them bring their babies in for their first postpartum visit.
“In 2016, I joined The Woman’s Health Pavilion to pursue my true passion — women’s health.”
What brought you to the area and to WHP?
I have worked on Labor and Delivery since 2002 with Dr. Saad, Dr. Scarantino, and then Dr. Piboon. It was an honor to be asked by this group of physicians to come and work for them. I have always trusted and believed in this practice since the day I started working with them at the hospital. I travel 40 minutes to work each day to be part of a practice that I truly believe in and trust whole-heartedly.
Do you have special interests as an OB-GYN professional?
I am fascinated by the world of infertility and the successful outcomes of these pregnancies.
What do you enjoy doing in your free time?
In my free time, I am busy with my 3 kids ages 10, 8, and 5. When there is time, I love to run at the beach.
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