Arianna Lanzetta, PNP-BC
Arianna Lanzetta joined Village Pediatrics in the spring of 2013 as a nationally Board Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. She comes to the practice with over seven years of experience within a pediatric hospital and emergency room environment and brings outstanding diagnostic skills with her. She possesses a calming demeanor that puts both parents and children at ease as well as the desire to connect with children and adolescents of all ages.
Inspired by a child’s resilience, courage, strength, and bravery; Arianna knew that helping children was always going to be a part of her career path. Nursing chose her as a young student and she earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing, with a concentration in pediatrics from the highly respected Molloy College. She was honored with an inclusion into the Sigma Theta Tau National Nurses Honor Society. As her passion for pediatric medicine grew she realized that education was the key to providing up to date quality pediatric care. She returned to Molloy for her master's degree. There she accrued over 1,000 hours of onsite pediatric primary care training. She earned a Master's in Science as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and graduated with top honors.
Upon graduating from Molloy College, Arianna accepted a position with Winthrop University Hospital, in the Pediatric Emergency Department. She spent over seven years as a member of the Pediatric Emergency Department Medical and Trauma Team, in addition to the Adult Trauma Team. She is certified in neonatal, pediatric and adult advanced cardiac life support.
Apart from devoting her life to care for others, Arianna enjoys teaching and giving back, doing so as an adjunct professor at Molloy College, teaching Clinical Nursing to undergraduate nursing students.