Jocelyn Wilke is an Advanced Practice Nurse Practitioner in the Department of Neurology. She practices in the Multiple Sclerosis Clinic alongside neurologists who treat Multiple Sclerosis and other demyelinating diseases of the central nervous system. She also works seeing general neurology patients with a wide variety of neurological disorders. She received her undergraduate education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her graduate degree in Nursing at Marquette University. She is board certified in Adult and Geriatric Care by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She enjoys working with patients with multiple sclerosis, assisting patients that have bowel and bladder issues as a result of various neurological diseases and educating patients and families. She is very interested in improving patient care outcomes and optimizing quality of life for patients affected by neurological disease.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) (Neurology)
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UW School of Medicine and Public Health
Professional Certifications and Education
Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI
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