Michelle Feldman, MSN, AGNP-C
Assistant Medical Director
Michelle Feldman joined Specialty Infusion Centers in 2019 and quickly grew to the role of Assistant Medical Director. Michelle is a Nurse Practitioner and graduated Cum Laude from Emory University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She then went onto attend The University of Pennsylvania, the number one Nurse Practitioner program for the last four years, and graduated with a Master of Science in Nursing, with a special focus in Adult-Gerontology Care.
With her background in both private practice and inpatient care, Michelle is an expert in infusion therapy across many specialties, including Gastroenterology, Rheumatology, Neurology, Endocrinology among many more. An active member of the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation, Infusion Nurses Society and UJA’s Young Healthcare Committee, Michelle enforces a high standard of care and up to date evidence-based practice at all of Specialty Infusion Centers’ sites.
Understanding the complicated infusion therapy process for both patients and providers, Michelle helps cultivate a safe environment for patients and communicates frequently with referring providers to ensure all orders are accurately carried out.
Michelle has a unique way of making patients feel at ease by taking the extra time to educate and provide support in personable and relatable way. Michelle strives to guarantee the best possible clinical outcomes, while cultivating a stress-free and safe experience for all patients.
Melissa Robinson, MSN, FNP-BC
Melissa Robinson is accomplished Nurse Practitioner and brings over 16 years of experience to Specialty Infusion Centers in Syosset. Her prior work at Long Island’s community hospitals allowed her to build a strong foundation focused on providing the highest level of patient care. She is proud to be a member of the Specialty Infusion team and work with exceptionally well-managed and cohesive staff members.
Prior to her career in nursing, Melissa excelled academically. She completed her undergraduate studies at Suffolk Community College and then went on to receive her bachelor’s and master’s degree from Long Island University. Melissa is bilingual in English and Spanish, which has enhanced her experience within academics and the field of nursing.
“This career has been a blessing thus far, and I’m passionate about serving the communities I’ve grown up in.”