Marla Slayton, CRNP, Geriatrics

Marla Slayton, CRNP

Marla Slayton, CRNP was born and raised in Western Pennsylvania. She attended Shadyside Hospital School of Nursing, graduating in 1988 as an RN. As a nurse she worked in cardiology, cardiothoracic surgery, dialysis and research. She has worked in Western PA and across the US with traveling nursing. She returned to Pittsburgh and completed her BSN in 1995 then continued on to her completion of her MSN at the University of Pittsburgh in 1999 as a Family Nurse Practitioner.

As an FNP, she has worked in orthopedics with Goodman, Gordon and Hung Orthopedics, internal medicine at Montefiore Hospital, outpatient dialysis with Renal Endocrine Associates, internal medicine with Sewickley Primary Care, and most recently, with Heritage Valley Convenient Care.

She enjoys spending time talking to her patients about their lives in addition to their presenting issues. She is looking forward to providing care to those in the geriatric population.

Marla has been happily married to her husband, Eddie, for 19 years. They have 2 teenage children. She appreciates time being with her family and friends, traveling, camping and playing piano.

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