Lifecycles Health Services, Inc. Founder Dr. Tanya Bronzell-Wynder has been a Registered Nurse for over 20 years and a Nurse Practitioner for 14 years. She is an Assistant Professor of Nursing at Jefferson College of Nursing and at Temple Univeristy School of Nursing. She is a pulmonary transplant nurse practitioner at Temple University Hospital as an acute care nurse practitioner. Dr. Wynder received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Temple University. She later received her Master of Science in Nursing from Gwynedd Mercy College as an Adult Health Nurse Practitioner. Dr. Wynder then received her Post Master's Certificate as an Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner from Thomas Jefferson University. She finished her educational climb with her Doctorate of Nursing Practice at Thomas Jefferson University. As of last year, she went back to school and obtained her post-master's degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner from Maryville University. Dr. Wynder’s patient population consists of patients with end stage liver disease, end stage renal disease, and diabetes. Since working in transplant, she has seen a pattern of the vulnerable, underserved population that has needed organ transplantation secondary to them foregoing care or because they did not understand their disease process. After many years of watching patients receive a second chance at life, Dr. Wynder realized if the vulnerable population had received earlier intervention of health promotion and disease prevention, they could have avoided end organ failure. Her goal is to lead change within the city of Camden’s underserved population through health promotion, disease prevention, and chronic disease management to address their high morbidity and mortality rate.
Dr Elias Anthony Iliadis
Elias attended medical school at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick. After completing his Internship and Residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, Elias completed his Cardiology Fellowship at Rush Presbyterian St Luke's Medical Center in Chicago and advanced training in Interventional Cardiology at University of Michigan Medical Centers. Dr. Iliadis is currently Director of Peripheral Vascular interventions, Medical Director of Non-invasive Vascular laboratories and Associate Director, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratories at Cooper University Hospital, Camden NJ. He completed three terms as a board member of the American Lung Association, New Jersey chapter.
Elias's community involvement includes Chairman of the Education Committee, Secretary and Treasurer of the Parish Council, St Thomas Greek Orthodox Church, Cherry Hill New Jersey. He is a founding Board Member and past President of the Hellenic Medical Society of Philadelphia. He serves as a current board member and assistant treasurer of the World Hellenic Biomedical Association. Elias completed two terms as a Board member of the Hellenic University Club of Philadelphia and currently serves as New Jersey Vice President of the Greek American Heritage Society of Philadelphia and Vice President of the Federation of Hellenic American Societies of New Jersey
Debra Gillman, MSN, CRNP, Boardman, Quality Assurance Officer,
Debra Gillman has been a Registered Nurse for over 30 years. She has worked as a critical care nurse for most of those years, but has also done school nursing and employee health among other things. She has worked as adjunct staff at Community College in the Nursing program and as a supervisor for the older adult population at various Nursing Homes. She has been at Temple University Hospital for the past 14 years, where she worked in the Cardiac Intensive care unit. While there, she attended Widener University, where she acquired a degree as an FNP. She accepted a position in the Pulmonary department at Temple, and has been in the role as a CRNP for over 2 years. During her time at Widener, she saw the disparity in healthcare for the people in that area, and was disturbed. She has since made it a goal to lend a hand wherever she can to those in need of better healthcare.
Dr. Brian Minarcik D.O., Board Trustee, is a board certified anesthesiologist for the past 2 years. Prior to that Dr. Minarcik completed a Cardiothoracic fellowship. He has a desire to serve the underserved and guide them towards health. Dr. Minarcik has built homes in Nicaragua as well as helping prepare meals for families that has HIV/AIDS.
Emilie Fagin, MSN, CRNP, AGACNP-BC, Board Trustee has been a Registered Nurse for over 10 years and a Nurse Practitioner for almost 1 year. As a child, Emilie spent some time in Africa while her parents did missionary work. Being introduced to missionary work at an early aged has embedded in her the need to serve the underserved.
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