Jennifer Nequia Aying, DNP, NP, RN, ACNP-BC, ANP-BC

Title: Nurse Practitioner
Company: VA Boston Healthcare
Location: West Roxbury, Massachusetts, United States

Jennifer Nequia Aying, DNP, NP, RN, ACNP-BC, ANP-BC, Nurse Practitioner at VA Boston Healthcare, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Nurses for dedication, achievements, and leadership in nursing.

With more than 40 years of experience to her name, Dr. Aying has found success in the VA Boston Healthcare System as a nurse practitioner since 1998 as well as a first surgeon assist in the plastic surgery department. Prior to these positions, she excelled as a surgical intensive care unit nurse for 11 years, a nurse practitioner preceptor with the VA Boston Healthcare System, a preceptor with the University of Massachusetts-Boston, and an adjunct professor in the Physician Assistant Program at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Allied Services. She began her career as a staff nurse in Saudi Arabia between 1982 and 1988. Beyond her primary profession, Dr. Aying has been affiliated with the Philippine Nurses Association of America in a number of appointments, including as a COVID-19 Task Force chairperson between 2020 and 2022, the eastern regional vice president between 2018 and 2020 and the first chair and adviser for the Advanced Practice Nurse Forum since 2008.

To support her professional endeavors, Dr. Aying earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Central Philippine University, a master’s degree in nursing specializing in adult and acute care from Northeastern University and a Doctor of Philosophy in nursing practice from the University of Massachusetts. She has been notably recognized with myriad honors and awards from the Philippine Nurses Association of New England and the Philippine Nurses Association of America since 2000, including with the PNAA Excellence in Clinical Practice Award, the PNANE Excellence in Nursing Education Award and the PNANE Excellence in Clinical Practice Award. Attributing her success to her affiliations as well as her passion for helping people and her community, Dr. Aying hopes to retire in the coming years while continuing to contribute to the Department of Health’s anesthesia care nursing program in the Philippines and provide financial support for programs feeding children in her town.

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