A health navigator is a specially trained registered nurse whose job is to provide expert personalized, clinical assistance and educational, emotional and spiritual support. This complimentary service includes:
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Health Navigator, Doreen Forsythe, BSN, RN, has been a valued member of our team since 2001. Graduating from Villanova University in Pennsylvania, she has over 20 years of experience in multiple nursing disciplines including cardiology, neurology, surgery and nursing education. Doreen is an experienced health care advocate and is committed to providing you and your family with the support you need throughout your health care experience.
To connect with Doreen, please call 407-720-5191 or fill out the form below.
Janelle Grall is one of our children’s health care navigators who is dedicated to supporting you and your family in receiving the best care possible. Janelle has been a registered nurse since 2009, she earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree at the University of Wisconsin. Janelle joined the AdventHealth system immediately upon graduation. In 2011, she became a Certified Pediatric Nurse. Her primary focus has been pediatrics with experience in medical, surgical, dermatology, and nursing education.
To connect with Janelle, please call 407-720-5191 or fill out the form below.
"Thank you so much for all your help! During such a stressful time, it’s nice to have someone just listening to me. I sincerely appreciate you going above and beyond to make this one experience as seamless as possible."
Women's Health Navigator patient