Jennifer Noonan, MSN, RN

Clinical Program Director

Accessia Health

Jennifer Noonan is a dedicated healthcare professional who joined Accessia Health as the Clinical Program Director in April 2021, bringing with her over 25 years of clinical nursing experience. Her commitment and expertise quickly led to her promotion as the Senior Director of Clinical Programs and Compliance. With a rich background in clinical practice and management across diverse healthcare settings, Jennifer possesses a deep understanding of program design and the delivery of services within highly regulated environments.

Jennifer’s career began in the fast-paced emergency department of St. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital in Louisville, KY, where she spent 17 years, assuming leadership roles and contributing to EMR development and enhancements. Her passion for healthcare technology and innovation continued with her instrumental role in the clinical development, training, and implementation of Cerner within the Jewish Health System in Louisville. In 2014, Jennifer transitioned into hospice and palliative care, where she held leadership positions in the care of both adult and pediatric patients.

Her academic journey includes an associate degree in nursing from Kentucky State University, a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Western Governors University, and a master’s degree in nursing informatics with a focus on data analytics, also from Western Governors University. In September 2023, Jennifer was appointed to the Board of Directors for the National Association of Specialty Pharmacy (NASP), underscoring her industry expertise and leadership.

Outside of her professional life, she is a dedicated family person, married to her husband Sean, and a proud parent of four teenagers. When she is not spending quality time with her family and two rescue dogs, Jennifer indulges in her passion for martial arts, practicing Taekwondo and judo. She also enjoys hiking and exploring new destinations through travel.

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