Romina Gieseman earned her nursing degree (BSN) from the University of Illinois - Chicago and her masters of nursing (MSN) from Rush University. There she became a clinical instructor in pediatrics for the masters degree program.
She has extensive experience in a variety of pediatric issues. She is board certified in primary care and pediatric mental health.
Romina has an expertise in caring for children with depression, anxiety, PTSD, autism, ADHD, downs syndrome and developmental delays. Romina is sensitive and comfortable addressing concerns pertaining to puberty and LGBTQ concerns. She really enjoys teens and guiding parents through the transition to adulthood!
Romina also has a background in treating children with concussions, cerebral palsy and children with medical complexity. Her interests include sports injuries, especially hip, foot and knee problems. She offers nutrition visits, to address concerns about obesity.
What Romina enjoys most about her profession is learning from parents about their child’s individual personality and what makes them special. She takes into account parent’s views and is interested in your child’s social-emotional well-being. Romina is available for families whose primary language is Spanish or English.
The reason that she chose to be a pediatric nurse practitioner is because she enjoys how this profession is collaborative with physicians, nurses and parents.