By: Boston Trauma Staff
Janet Orf is a Nurse Practitioner in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU) at Boston Medical Center. She graduated with her BSN from State University of New York at Stony Brook and her MS from University of Maryland at Baltimore. She received her Acute Care Nurse Practitioner degree from University of Massachusetts at Worcester. She previously worked as a Critical Care Transport Nurse for Boston MedFlight for about 9 years.
She has been at BMC for the past 16 years working in various roles. Apart from working as an NP in the Emergency Department and now currently in the SICU she also has experience as a Trauma Program Manager for about 18 months. She is grateful for BMC for providing her with the opportunity to do what she enjoys the most. About three years ago she traveled to Antarctica for 6 months to be a Flight Nurse with the Raytheon Polar Services Corp. She brings a unique set of skills to BMC and her ability to thrive in challenging environments is a tremendous asset to the team. She is passionate about taking care of the sickest and complex patients.
During her spare time she enjoys traveling, hiking, renovating her home, and is an accomplished sailor.