Kelly-Ann Kilcollins, NP
Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Family Nurse Practitioner
Kelly- Ann Kilcollins in a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. Kelly completed her Master’s degree at Drexel University in 2018 where she was an active member of the Sigma Theta Tau, Honor Society of Nursing and received the Independence Blue Cross Foundation Scholarship. Kelly received her Bachelor’s degree from Thomas Edison University in 2015, which she was also an active member of the Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society and the Sigma Theta Tau, Honor Society of Nursing. Kelly originally began her nursing career after graduating from Burlington County College in 1998.
Kelly has had a very broad nursing career. She was a Critical Care nurse at Capital Health from 1998-2005 where she took care of critically ill cardiac, medical and trauma patients. Kelly also worked at Deborah Heart and Lung Center from 2002-2004 taking care of cardiac patients in the medical and surgical intensive care units. In 2005 Kelly challenged herself and began working as a nurse in the Pediatric Emergency room at Capital Health where she also became certified in pediatric emergency medicine. Kelly also was a national instructor for the Emergency Nurses Association teaching Pediatric Triage classes from 2010- 2018.
At Princeton Eye and Ear, Kelly not only sees patients of all ages, but also assists our doctors with in office procedures and hospital consultations. She has affiliations with Capital Health System, Centrastate Medical Center, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Hamilton, Princeton University Hospital in Plainsboro, and St. Francis Medical Center.