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Nina Anderson, RN, DNP

Tova Community Health
Executive Director & Founder
Nina F. Anderson, DNP, RN, FNP-BC is executive director and founder of Tova Community Health, Inc., and an advanced practice nurse care coordinator and nurse Consultant at Tova Healthcare in Wilmington, DE. She previously served as director of the Adolescent and Young Adult Interdisciplinary Transition Program in the Marian Anderson Comprehensive Sickle Cell Care and Research Center at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Anderson received her nursing training at the University of Delaware, School of Nursing in Newark and her doctorate in nursing from Thomas Jefferson University College of Nursing in Philadelphia.

Dr. Anderson is a member of the Delaware Coalition of nurse Practitioners and Sickle Cell Adult Provider Network. She founded the Tova Awards and the James Faucett III Sickle Cell Awareness 5K Walk/Run at Brandywine Park in Wilmington. Dr. Anderson has published peer-reviewed articles and given presentations on Sickle cell disease nationwide. In 2017, Dr. Anderson won the Delaware Woman Owned Small Business of the year award. In her spare time, Nina is an accomplished Violinist, enjoys running 5Ks, attending concerts at the Kimmel Center and spending time with her family and friends.