Meet Our Nurse Coordinator and Injector, Angela Parisi, RN

Nurse Injector and Registered Nurse at the Parker Center in New Jersey

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Angela Parisi, a woman of many talents, has her coworkers and patients in awe at the many hats she wears. Being an indispensable member of the Parker Center since 1992, Angela loves individually caring for each patient before, during, and after surgery, making sure to fulfill all their needs.

My experience with Angela has always been such a positive one. While my procedure is being done, she always makes me feel very comfortable & I feel like I’m being treated more like a friend than a client!

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Being an Operating Room nurse and Nurse Coordinator for the last 30 years, Angela is well respected among the staff and patients alike. Not only is she a knowledgeable and sympathetic partner during the plastic surgery process, but all observe her commitment to providing the best surgical experience possible. As a Nurse Injector, Angela never fails to impress everyone with her comprehensive knowledge of facial anatomy, clinical training, and expertise in cosmetic injections. Along with her caring nature, she is achieving stunning, non-surgical results for each of our patients in a safe, secure, and pleasant setting.

Just like Dr. Parker, Angela too firmly believes that cosmetic treatments should produce natural-appearing results:

“Our goal at the Parker Center is for all of our patients to look very natural. We don’t want anyone to know that our patients have had anything done, whether it’s surgery or injectables. Our patients often get compliments on how wonderful they look, but their friends and family, if not told, usually can’t figure out what was done. Our mission is to help people age well and look natural.”

Angela Parisi, RN

Working alongside Dr. Parker, Angela has further enhanced her diverse nursing skillset by attending numerous meetings and completing various courses on injectables sponsored by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) and the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). Apart from being a field-trained, qualified, and certified nurse who can safely and effectively inject neurotoxins (such as Botox) as well as a variety of other fillers, Angela also holds an Advanced Cardiac Life Support certification. Angela is currently completing her degree from Bradley University in December 2022 as a Family Nurse Practitioner.

Angela is extremely professional and explained everything about the procedure and what I should expect and do after it.

Actual Patient

Why Patients Choose Injectable Treatment With Angela

Facial fillers and neurotoxins, often grouped as “injectables,” offer immediate gratification to all our patients without the hassle of “recovery period” instead of surgery. For all those who are just not ready to plunge into surgery, injectables will allow you to get that “quick fix.” In addition, these treatments can often delay the need for surgery by a few years.

Angela is competent, efficient, friendly, professional in her work.

Actual Patient

Our patients’ feedback regarding their experience with Angela’s injections has been nothing short of phenomenal. During her training sessions, Angela’s prowess was quickly recognized by her mentors. They praised her for demonstrating an excellent clinical eye for achieving a patient’s goals, excellent judgment, and a “soft touch” in performing neurotoxin and filler injections. Patients have hailed good feedback time and time again, returning for repeat treatment at appropriate time intervals, as well as referring friends and family to Angela. Moreover, as a nurse injector, Angela’s fees for injections are considerably less expensive than when performed by any other physician.

Angela’s Dedication to Her Patients

Throughout her 30 year journey at the Parker Center, Angela has always enjoyed working closely with her patients, many of whom have come to know her as a trusted confidant.

“I spend a lot of time with our patients. As a nurse, I want to nurture and educate. I need to hear what it is that my patients would like and manage their expectations. When their needs are met, it translates into big changes in the way patients feel about their appearance. I love what I do and it is great feeling to come to work every day and make a positive difference in someone’s life.”

Angela Parisi, RN