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She is currently a student in the DNP program as Salisbury University. Jill has worked in various rural settings, including emergency, family practice, pediatrics, cardiology, surgery, wound care, and telemedicine. She currently practices with a surgeon in vascular care. She is an assistant professor of nursing at Frostburg State University and the coordinator for the family NP program.