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Kelsey Denhoff, NP, Joins Jones Memorial Hospital Medical Practices

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WELLSVILLE, NY (November 4, 2021) – Kelsey Denhoff, certified pediatric nurse practitioner, will begin seeing patients at the Jones Memorial Medical Practices office of Dr. Nishit Shah.

“We are looking forward to welcoming Kelsey Denhoff back to Wellsville,” said Carrie Walker, VP of Practice Management & Professional Services. “Dr. Shachi Shah is leaving the Jones Memorial Pediatric Practice to pursue her interest in pediatric endocrinology at UR Medicine in Rochester, and Kelsey will be a great addition to the practice.”

Located at 127 North Main Street in Wellsville, the pediatric practice is part of the Jones Memorial Medical Practices Women & Children Health Office. Kelsey Denhoff will see patients from birth to age 18. To make an appointment, please call the office at (585) 596-2040.

Kelsey is a graduate of St. John Fisher College and earned her Masters in Nursing and her Pediatric Nurse Practitioner certification at the University of Rochester. She comes to Jones from the Golisano Children’s Hospital, where she was a Registered Nurse and served as a charge nurse and preceptor for new nurses.

A Wellsville-native, Kelsey graduated from Wellsville High School. Her parents and sister still live in the area and she is looking forward returning to her hometown. She and her chocolate lab, Lola, will be relocating next month. In her spare time, Kelsey enjoys the outdoors and likes to read, travel, and try new restaurants.

“I’m excited about coming back to Wellsville because it is an opportunity to give back to my hometown and be closer to my family,” she said. “I have always loved Wellsville and enjoy the small community.”

To make an appointment with Kelsey Denhoff, PNP, please call the Jones Memorial Medical Practices Pediatrics Office at (585) 596-2040. 

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