Jennifer Farrell is a Nurse Practitioner at Cleveland Clinic Canada. Ms. Farrell is experienced in a range of clinical areas, including family practice, urgent care, addictions medicine, mental health, wellness, occupational medicine and education. She is dedicated to making a difference in her patients’ lives and truly enjoys working with them as a team to achieve their health and wellness goals.
Ms. Farrell completed a Certificate in Occupational Health Nursing from Grant MacEwan University in Edmonton before going on to complete her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Alberta. She then completed her Masters of Nursing in Advanced Practical Nursing at Athabasca University.
Currently, Ms. Farrell holds the role of Occupational Hygiene instructor and Distance Instructor for the Audiometric Certification and Recertification Courses at Grant MacEwan University. She is passionate about charity work and volunteers at both Habitat for Humanity Volunteer and the Hope Mission. She also acts a foster for rescue animals.
When she’s not seeing patients, Ms. Farrell enjoys kayaking, running, snowboarding, and spending time outdoors.
- Masters of Nursing
- Athabasca University
Advanced Nursing Practice
- Bachelor of Science
- University of Alberta
- Grant MacEwan University
Occupational Health Nursing
- Sports Nutrition Specialist- International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA)
- Audiometric Testing Certification
- Spirometric Testing Certification
- Occupational medicine
- Addictions medicine
- Women’s health
- Preventive health
- Primary care
- Canadian Nurses Association (CNA)