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Viana Bernard, FNP-C

Family Nurse Practitioner


(508) 767-5440



Suite 227,

435 Shrewsbury street,

Worcester MA 01604

About Me

I was born and raised in Haiti, and life-transforming experiences influenced my career in healthcare. My professional path started with a 10-month program to become a licensed practical nurse and led me to an MSN program, which shaped me into a skilled nurse practitioner.

I am passionate about being a healthcare provider and working with a purpose. I am fascinated by medicine and enjoy long hours of case studies to strengthen my knowledge. In addition to preventative medicine, my clinical interests include mental health, GI, and geriatric and diabetic care.

I participate in benevolent activities whenever possible because I believe being attentive to others' needs and leveraging your unique skills to serve is the right thing to do. I've enjoyed medical missionary work in Haiti. Today, I volunteer at DCF as a community case reviewer.

If you are looking for a provider who will care for you as a whole person and not just a statistic, you are in the right place. I am so glad you found my page, and I applaud you for prioritizing your well-being. And if you agree with the saying "The greatest wealth is health," please call my office today to make an appointment. We will further discuss your goals for greater health. I cannot wait to meet you.

Work Experience and Education

March 2021 - May 2023

March 2020 - May 2021

March 2018 - August 2019

May 2017

Community Health Link. 

As a primary care provider (PCP), I delivered comprehensive medical care to adult patients. I served a population that needs to overcome many barriers to healthcare access, resulting in some of the health disparities that are well documented. Despite those challenges, I enjoyed teaching and advocating on behalf of my patients, improving their  health outcomes.

Traveling Provider. 

I combined in-home and telehealth consultations to conduct thorough medical evaluations and review existing treatment plans for my patients in the familiarity of their environment.  I learned how to effectively leverage technology to engage patients and ensure optimal health outcomes.

Department of Youth Services, Umass Memorial.

My role at this juvenile correctional facility was to combine medical expertise with an understanding of the specific needs and challenges of young individuals within the correctional system. This encompassed addressing acute and chronic medical conditions, promoting preventive health measures, and offering personalized care plans.

Working with incarcerated youths gave me the unique opportunity to guide them into making better lifestyle choices by teaching them about physical activities, nutrition, substance abuse, and risky behaviors.

Master Of Science in Nursing

University of Massachusetts Lowell

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Opening Hours

Suite 227

435 Shrewsbury street,
Worcester, MA 01604

(508) 767-5440

Mon - Tues

9:00 am – 5:00 pm


11:00 am – 7:00 pm


9:00 am – 5:00 pm


9:00 am – 1:00 pm

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