Ashley Corr, Nurse Manager RN BSN
Ashley graduated from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Nursing in 2007. Ashley has worked for over a decade in pediatric nursing, working in both inpatient and outpatient environments. After graduating, Ashley worked in pediatric oncology at Hasbro Children’s Hospital, in Providence, Rhode Island. In 2009 Ashley took a position working for the Brockton VNA with the Caring For Kids Program. In this capacity she worked to provide complex medical and oncological care for children in their homes. From 2011-2014 Ashley worked with Maxim Home Care to provide complex nursing care to children too fragile to leave the home. Most recently, Ashley worked at Boston Children’s Hospital in their primary care setting. Here she specifically worked with the medically complex patients. While at Children’s, Ashley worked to develop a devoted, multidisciplinary care team for these complex children and presented her research and findings on this topic at two national nursing conferences. Ashley has a passion for working in a team environment, developing systems to work with complex care patients and providing the best care for each pediatric patient. Ashley lives in Middleboro with her husband and two children and in her free time she enjoys traveling, hiking and snowshoeing with her family.
Jenna Mastro, Certified Medical Assistant
Jenna graduated as a certified MA from Southeastern Technical Institute in 2013. After completing her clinical at Bridgewater Pediatrics, Jenna was hired as an MA for the practice. Jenna has found her calling in pediatrics and loves working with the team at Bridgewater Pediatrics. Outside of work Jenna enjoys spending time with her family, boyfriend and dog. Jenna loves spending time outdoors, cooking and you may just see her on the back of a motorcycle cruising the region. After almost four years at Bridgewater Pediatrics, Jenna appreciates working with a team that manages to have fun and also provide the best pediatric care for theirpatients.