Tracey Lhérisson, WHNP

“Helping a patient bring new life into this world, and seeing a healthy baby at the end of pregnancy fills my soul.”

Tracey Lhérisson, WHNP

“Helping a patient bring new life into this world, and seeing a healthy baby at the end of pregnancy fills my soul.  “

Tracey Lhérisson is a native of Brooklyn, NY. She completed her undergraduate nursing education at the Long Island University Brooklyn campus in 2005, earning a Bachelor of Science degree with honors. She then completed her Master’s degree in Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner studies at the SUNY Downstate Medical Center in 2011.

Tracey worked as a nurse ever since earning her undergraduate degree. She spent over 15 years at New York-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist hospital, rotating through pediatrics, neonatal ICU, Labor and Delivery, and mother/baby units. Tracey is a Board-certified Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, and has additional certification in Inpatient Obstetrics and Low-Risk Newborn Care. She has worked as a clinical instructor at NYU School of Nursing, where student nurses have benefited from her extensive experience. Tracey is a member of the Association for Women’s Health and Neonatal Nurses, American Nurses’ Association and the New State Nurses’ Association. With her extensive clinical background and advanced educational studies, Tracey is a highly experienced practitioner, and an asset to the Woman’s Health Pavilion. 

Professional Accomplishments

  • NCC-certified in inpatient obstetrics nursing and low-risk newborn nursing. 
  • BLS, ACLS and NRP Certified.
  • Member of Lambda Upsilon Nursing Honor Society
  • Undergraduate Student Leadership Award
  • Undergraduate Senior Class Representative

What led you to the field of obstetrics/gynecology?

I’ve been interested in obstetrics and pediatrics for as long as I can remember: I’ve always been fascinated by how a few cells divide, then grow to become a baby.  My mother says that I told her that I wanted to be a doctor who delivers babies at the tender age of three. Though I decided that a career in nursing was a better fit, I remained committed to Ob/Gyn.

How many years have you been practicing in the field?

I worked as a Maternal/Child Nurse for over 16 years, and as a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner for 1 year before joining WHP.

What makes your job rewarding? What do you enjoy about your work?

Helping a patient bring new life into this world, and seeing a healthy baby at the end of pregnancy fills my soul. I am also very passionate about empowering women through education about their health.

What brought you to the area and to this practice?

I worked as a nurse practitioner in a private practice in Brooklyn after earning my degree. With my family on Long Island, I was happy to be offered a position at The Woman’s Health Pavilion.

Do you have special interests or areas of specialty as an WHNP?

My special interests as a woman’s health nurse practitioner are adolescent care, postpartum care, and contraceptive care.  

What do you enjoy doing in your free time?

During my free time I enjoy spending quality time with my husband and children. I love going out to eat, music and dancing. I also enjoy traveling all over the world and I look forward to adding more stamps to my passport.

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