Jennifer Baker MS, CPNP-PC
|Meghan Sheridan MD||Pediatrics||Madison Center|
|Jessica Lindsay MD||Pediatrics||Madison Center|
|Melissa Hathaway MD||Pediatrics||Madison Center|
|Jenny Lobo MD||Pediatrics||Madison Center|
|Connie S. Wang MD||Pediatrics||Madison Center|
|Jessica Ivers MD||Pediatrics||Madison Center|
|Rebecca Cronin MD||Pediatrics||Madison Center|
|Eric E. Burlingame MD, FAAP||Pediatrics||Northgate Plaza|
Pediatric Nursing Certification Board (PNCB)
Jennifer received her bachelor’s degree in biology from St. Martin’s University in Lacey, Wash. She received her master’s degree in nursing from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisc. Jennifer completed additional specialized training as a certified pediatric nurse practitioner (CPNP-PC) in primary care.
“My inspiration came from a meaningful volunteer experience I had as a high school student. I volunteered for many years at a children’s hospital. That experience fostered my passion for pediatric medicine.”
Jennifer’s clinical interests include general pediatrics from birth through adolescence. Jennifer supports the care team in Pediatrics and sees patients for urgent issues, immunizations, and other health issues as needed.
Jennifer enjoys spending time with family and friends, attending Seattle sporting events, skiing, hiking, and playing soccer.
“I aspire to provide family-centered care that optimizes each child’s health, and also fulfills the needs of the entire family through evidence-based medicine, education, and compassionate, holistic care. I look forward to building strong and trusting relationships with children and their families, while playing an active role in their health.”