Lisa LynchJones - FNP

 
Lisa LynchJones - FNP

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My Areas of Practice

I have had the honor of working with the amazing staff at the International Travel and Infectious Disease Clinic since 2006 and still find it to be a fascinating and stimulating subspecialty.  Global health and infectious disease are moving targets so the need for continued learning and research never ends. I jokingly tell my colleagues that I would do this for free because I enjoy it so much.  I worked in psychiatric research, public health, HIV prevention and immigrant health before joining Park Nicollet.  I love to teach and am passionate about health prevention. 

I speak fluent Spanish, conversational French and was a Peace Corps volunteer in Nicaragua from 1992-1994.  I worked as a community health educator in a maternal/child survival project.   I continue to volunteer in the Bloomington schools where my children attend and do occasional flu shot clinics with health care for the homeless. 

I look forward to seeing you at the clinic!!

General Information

Gender: Female

Practicing Since: 2007

Accepting New Patients: Yes

Additional Languages
  • Spanish
  • French
Services

Practices at

Burnsville
14000 Fairview Drive
Burnsville, MN 55337

Maple Grove
15800 95th Ave. N.
Maple Grove, MN 55369

St Louis Park
3800, 3850 and 3900 Park Nicollet Blvd.
St. Louis Park, MN 55416

Education & Certifications

Undergraduate- BA: University of Puget Sound
Psychology/Asian Studies
Tacoma, WA
1988

Undergraduate -BSN/RN: Johns Hopkins University
Community Health Nursing
Baltimore, MD
1997

Graduate -MSN: Metropolitan State University
Family Nurse Practitioner
St. Paul, MN
2012

Research & Publications

Master's thesis on the safety of Yellow Fever and Meningococcal vaccines in pregnancy (unpublished)

Professional Associations & Awards

Awarded an HIV Clinician Scholar Grant from MATEC to recieve 12 months of intensive HIV primary care training, completed September 2013.  Chosen as Outstanding Graduate student of 2012 for Metropolitan State University and gave the 2012 commencement address.  Member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, International Society of Travel Medicine, Certificate in Travel Health May, 2007. HIV Prevention Education Certificate from the Red Cross 1998, Community Health Nursing Certificate 1997

Personal

My interests include: travel, gardening, sailing, paddle boarding, yoga, triathlons, skiing and spending time with my two beautiful daughters and husband (Dr. Matthew Jones, Southdale Pediatrics).  My senior year of college from 1987-1988 was spent traveling in Asia to finish my Asian Studies degree.  Just after college in 1989,  I worked as a ski instructor for 3 years in Taos, New Mexico and spent the off season teaching snorkling and sailing in Key West, Florida.