Kelli Garber, MSN
Kelli Garber, MSN, is the Lead Nurse Practitioner for School-Based Health and the Center for Telehealth at the Medical University of South Carolina. Ms. Garber is responsible for providing direct patient care to children across the state of South Carolina who are enrolled in the School-Based Telehealth Program. She provides oversight for the clinical aspects of the program as well as providing education and training to the school nurses who have partnered with MUSC to bring telemedicine into their respective schools. Working in tandem with the School-Based Health Program Manager, Kelli Garber is responsible for the development and implementation of projects which support the mission of the School-Based Health Program. In addition, she provides support to advanced practice providers at MUSC as they implement telemedicine in their respective departments. Ms. Garber has extensive pediatric experience in both private practice and school-based settings.
Ms. Garber received her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing at the Johns Hopkins University and her Master of Science Degree in advanced practice pediatric nursing at the University of Maryland. She is a Board Certified Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner.