Nurse Practitioner Joins CHP Neighborhood Health Center

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Community Health Programs has named nurse practitioner Alison M. Flynn to the primary care team at the CHP Neighborhood Health Center practice in Pittsfield.

An adult nurse practitioner, Flynn is a 2010 master’s degree graduate of the Sage Colleges; she earned her B.S. in nursing from Curry College. Most recently, she practiced primary care at Family Practice Associates in Pittsfield; she completed her nurse practitioner clinical internships at Berkshire Nurse Practitioners and at 510 Medical Walk-In in Pittsfield.

Flynn previously worked as a registered nurse at Berkshire Medical Center and at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.

She is a member of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing and received the Excellence in Action Award from Mass General Hospital in 2004.

Flynn is accepting new patients at CHP Neighborhood Health Center; call 413-447-2351.


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