“I would highly recommend Cindy Kennedy, NP, for your health and wellness needs. She immediately puts you at ease and makes you feel comfortable, with her kind and personable manner. I never feel rushed, and she always takes the time to answer any questions and provide more information when needed. Cindy is very attentive and listens to your concerns. I have always found her very knowledgeable and helpful with various health issues. I completely trust Cindy and her recommendations.”

“Kerah Henebery is a joy! I had the pleasure of working with Kerah at the University of Connecticut, in the Department of Allied Health Sciences from 2005-2009, and remain a colleague of hers today. While at the University, Kerah continuously proved herself to be highly intelligent, personable, friendly, and diligent. She crosses her T’s and dots her I’s. Kerah will always be a successful nutrition professional in all her endeavors because she is focused on dispensing science and evidence-based nutrition information to her clients and patients.”

When Cindy’s name comes to mind, one can only think of the enthusiasm, passion, dedication, and the caring way she has always had about her. Her 30 year career has spanned bedside hospital obstetrical nursing, office nursing practice, and then women and family nurse practitioner.  As a trained family nurse practitioner, she was able to expand her scope of knowledge beyond women’s specific health concerns and was able to see the more holistic approach that is needed for all patients – the well and the striving to be well.  As her supervising physician for 15 years, I had the pleasure of seeing how Cindy cared for patients every day – both from a clinical and technical perspective and from the critical human touch perspective.

As Cindy embarks on the next phase of her journey in helping others, she is exceedingly well prepared.  Her passion for helping others achieve wellness is palpable, visual, and is readily heard in her voice.  Her personal fight to regain wellness following her Lyme disease diagnosis was challenging for her and her family.  But in typical Cindy fashion, she used her own pain as a motivation for helping others avoid or overcome similar events. Cindy is already a fabulous wellness advocate, and she undoubtedly will help many more people and their families in her new venture.

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