Tessandra   Gulbranson

Tessandra Gulbranson

My name is Tessandra Gulbranson. I have been a Nurse Practitioner since October of 2015. I have been working with Regional Orthopedics since August of 2016. I work primarily in the Pain Management Dept. where I examine, diagnose, treat, and order appropriate interventional procedures. I perform certain procedures myself. I have extensive experience treating various orthopedic conditions. I enjoy working in this field.
Susan   Delancy

Susan Delancy

Susan is a board-certified physician assistant with a Master of Science degree from Rutgers University. She joined Regional Orthopedics with years of valuable experience in pain management. Susan brings a breadth of clinical experience having worked in orthopedics, family medicine and bariatric medicine. She was also employed as a physician assistant at Joint Base-Fort Dix assessing United States soldiers for deployment readiness. 

Additionally, Susan earned a registered nursing degree from Helene Fuld School of Nursing where she graduated magna cum laude and was nominated for the Clinical Excellence Award. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and minor studies in mathematics from Rutgers University.

She is an active member of AAPA and NJSSPA. Outside of work, Susan enjoys yoga and is an outdoor enthusiast along with her husband and family.
Heather   Forgash

Heather Forgash

My name is Heather Forgash. I graduated from Thomas Jefferson University with my family practice nurse practitioner degree in 2018. I worked as an RN for almost 10 years in the ER, a subacute rehab, and ICU. After graduating from APN school I started working in orthopedics and pain management and have loved it ever since. I am married to my best friend and we just had our first daughter Stella January 2021.
Rebecca   Romano

Rebecca Romano

My name is Rebecca Romano. I recently graduated from Rowan University with my Family Nurse Practitioner degree in 2022. Prior to becoming a Nurse Practitioner, I worked in both med-surg and an ICU step-down unit for eight years. During my clinical rotations for APN school, I had the chance to shadow the providers at Regional Orthopedic. Shortly after my rotations, I sparked an interest in orthopedics and pain management and knew it was something I wanted to pursue. When I'm not at work I enjoy hanging out with family, friends and my Saint Bernard, Bailey.