Margaret Walsh, RN, FNP-BC
Director Nurse Practitioner Fellowship in Primary Care for the Underserved
SUNY at Buffalo University - M.S.
Columbia University - M.S. Family Nurse Practitioner Program
Margaret Walsh has been a Family Nurse Practitioner at the Institute for Family Health since 1994. She is a primary care provider at Walton Family Health Center in the Bronx. Margaret has been responsible for the development of interdisciplinary models of care at the Institute. She has developed several curriculums for group medical visits that have been expanded throughout the Institute, such as diabetic shared medical visits in both English and Spanish. Margaret has been a champion of the CenteringPregnancy and CenteringParenting Programs at the Institute and works very closely with both programs. She is the director of the Institute’s Family Nurse Practitioner Fellowship. In the Spring of 2018, Ms. Walsh received the ‘Distinguished Alumni Award’ from the Columbia University School of Nursing. She also has presented at various professional conferences across the nation, including STFM (Society of Teachers in Family Medicine) and at NONPF (National Organization for Nurse Practitioner Faculty).