Our Nurse Practitioners & Physician Assistants
Wynn Boyle, C.R.N.P.
Wynn Boyle was born in New York City, but moved to Annapolis at the age of two. Her 10th grade biology class was when she knew she wanted to be a nurse. She obtained her undergraduate nursing degree from Johns Hopkins University and worked for six years with acutely ill children flown in from around the world to be treated at JHH. With an interest in teaching, Wynn went back to school at University of Maryland for a Masters in Nursing Education. With an interest in nutrition and diabetes, Wynn also became certified as diabetes educator. She taught at University of Maryland and then at Anne Arundel Community College for many years: taking students into the hospitals throughout Baltimore and Annapolis. With a desire to provide comprehensive care to individual patients and to specialize more in diabetes, Wynn went back to school again to receive a post Masters certificate in adult primary care at Johns Hopkins Hospital. She became board certified as an adult primary care nurse practitioner in 2000, and continued to maintain her certification as diabetes educator. At AIM, you can find Wynn providing comprehensive care to acutely ill patients in our walk in clinic or you can schedule an appointment to see her for education for diabetes management and nutritional counseling for hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipidemia and weight loss. She has worked closely with the primary care doctors to coordinate care and help patients live a healthier life through changes in attitude, diet and exercise. Wynn currently resides in Annapolis with her husband and three children. She loves to travel with her family: skiing out west, exploring islands in the Caribbean and vacationing at their beach house in Dewey Beach, Delaware. Wynn does tele-medicine consultations for some conditions that may not require an office visit. The virtual waiting room is https://doxy.me/wynnboylenp
Heidi Marcozzi, C.R.N.P.
Heidi got her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing at York College of Pennsylvania, where she also played on their women’s basketball team. She then moved to Washington, DC and worked with the acutely ill in several of the capitol’s busiest Emergency Departments as an RN. During her time there, she found a passion for caring for victims of sexual assault. She then pursued a certification in forensic nursing and provided medical forensic care for victims of violence in addition to her ER career. Later, Heidi obtained her Master’s in Public Health and Master’s of Science in Nursing at Johns Hopkins University. After spearheading and working as DC’s Intimate Partner Violence Program Coordinator for DC Forensic Nurses, she missed interacting with patients and providing comprehensive health care. Heidi then obtained a Family Nurse Practitioner post-master’s certificate from George Washington University. She enjoys traveling, being physically active and spending time with her family. Heidi does tele-medicine consultations for some conditions that may not require an office visit. The virtual waiting room is https://doxy.me/marcozzinp
Mandy McNamara, C.R.N.P.
Mandy grew up in Anne Arundel County. She received her Bachelors of Science in Nursing at the University of Maryland School of Nursing in 2008, where she graduated in the top 5% of her class. Mandy is also a member of the Sigma Theta Tau Honor’s Society. After graduation, she pursued a career at the University of Maryland Medical Center as a nurse and senior leader in the Cardiac Progressive Care Unit for 8 years. Determined to further her career, in 2013, Mandy went back for her Master’s Degree as an Adult/Geriatric Nurse Practitioner at the University of Maryland School of Nursing. Prior to her work at Annapolis Internal Medicine, she served as a Palliative Care Nurse Practitioner for Hospice of the Chesapeake, with special interest in end-of-life and symptom management. Mandy enjoys traveling, warm weather and spending time with her family, friends, and her baby girl.Mandy does tele-medicine consultations for some conditions that may not require an office visit. The virtual waiting room is https://doxy.me/npmcnamara
Heather Travis, C.R.N.P.
Heather Travis was born and raised in North Wilmington Delaware. She attended University Of Delaware and graduated with a Bachelors in Science in Nursing in 1996. After that, she moved to Annapolis and continued her Nursing career at AAMC. She then went on to attend the University of Maryland and graduated in 2003, earning her Masters in the Science of Nursing, Adult Primary Care Nurse Practitioner. Her career as a Nurse Practitioner includes a specialty in Oncology, specifically breast cancer and palliative medicine, in which she has specialty certifications in both. She has also worked in urgent care and dermatology. Heather, her husband and their four children currently live in Davidsonville. They have two rescue dogs and a cat. She loves any activity outdoors, from hiking in the mountains to combing the beaches for shells. She is an avid reader and is not afraid to try DIY projects around the house. Heather does tele-medicine consultations for some conditions that may not require an office visit. The virtual waiting room is https://doxy.me/travisnp
Maggie B. Wilson, AC-CRNP-F
Maggie grew up in Arnold, Maryland. She went on to attend the University of Virginia where she earned her undergraduate and graduate degrees. She has been practicing as a family nurse practitioner since 2018. Prior to that, Maggie worked as an ICU nurse for six years. She and her husband have lived in Charlottesville since 2008 but returning home to the Annapolis area to be closer to their families. Maggie grew up with parents in the health care field and her husband works in the cardiac ICU at UMMC as a nurse. She has particular interest in the management of diabetes, obesity, and preventative care. She enjoys running, playing tennis, exercising, entertaining her pets, reading, and sewing. Her virtual waiting room link is http://doxy.me/maggiewilson
Maura Thomas, C.R.N.P.
Maura grew up in Rochester, New York. She graduated from Oswego State University with a Bachelors in Business Administration, and had a successful career in Marketing in Baltimore, Maryland. She pursued a medical education in 2007 while working and graduated from University of Maryland with a Bachelors in Nursing, where she became a member of the Sigma Theta Tau National Honors Society. She particularly loved her time as a student in the R. Crowley Shock Trauma Unit in Baltimore. She worked as an RN in the Emergency Room in one of the busiest Emergency Departments in the state, for both the adult and pediatric population. She served as co-chair for the quality committee for the department. She continued her education at Georgetown University where she graduated with her Masters in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner. Maura is passionate about providing quality care to her patients, and loves educating her patients about their health conditions. She spends her free time with her husband and two children. Her hobbies include running, boating, Peleton and watching the Turner Classic Movie station. She is an active member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners as well as the Nurse Practitioner Association of Maryland. Her virtual waiting room link is https://doxy.me/maurathomascrnp
Kelsey Bonner, C.R.N.P.
Kelsey grew up local to the area. She received her Bachelors of Science in Nursing at the University of Vermont in 2016 while captaining their field hockey team. She moved back to the area and persued a critical care nursing career in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit at University of Maryland Medical Center. She remained there for five years, becoming the lead Infection Preventionist for the unit, as well as a Senior Clinical Nurse. Kelsey completed Duquesne University’s Family Nurse Practiitioner program in August 2021 to obtain her Masters of Science degree. Kelsey currently resides in Severna Park with her husband, and their 13 year-old poodle, Lucky. In her free time, Kelsey enjoys coaching/playing field hockey, any activity on the water, and traveling. Her virtual waiting room link is https://doxy.me/kelseywuestcrnp
Alexandra Arnold, C.R.N.P.
Alexandra “Ali” was born and raised in the Annapolis area. She received her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from the University of Maryland, School of Nursing in May 2012. She has practiced as a registered nurse on a medical-surgical floor at St. Agnes Hospital in Baltimore, and later, at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis. She additionally worked as a travel RN, taking assignments in Texas, California, and on the eastern shore of MD. She later completed the Family Nurse Practitioner program, and received her Masters of Science in Nursing from Walden University in November 2018. Prior to joining Annapolis Internal Medicine, Ali has been practicing as nurse practitioner on the palliative care team at Anne Arundel Medical Center since February 2020. Ali has a special interest in educating patients on preventive health and also assisting patients with managing and coping with chronic illnesses. In her free time, Ali enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband, son, and French bulldog Romeo. Her virtual waiting room link is https://doxy.me/npaliarnold.
Kristin Lutz, C.R.N.P.
Kristin was born and raised in Orlando, Florida. She received her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Advent Health University in December 2016. She then became an emergency room nurse and worked at a trauma center in Daytona Beach, Florida. She also was a travel nurse which brought her to Maryland back in 2020. She moved to Maryland full time in 2021 and now resides in the Edgewater area. While traveling, she graduated summa cum laude from Advent Health University again in 2021 when she completed her Family Nurse Practitioner Master’s degree. She enjoys running, boating/sailing, playing with her 3 dogs, and crafting. She is also an active member of the Nurse Practitioner Association of Maryland and the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. https://doxy.me/kristinlutznp
Cara Herman, P.A.
Cara received her Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Carnegie Mellon University in 2006. After working for couple of years as a research technician she decided to pursue a Masters of Medical Science in Physician Assistant studies which she completed at Arcadia University in 2010. Since graduation she has worked in several specialties, including allergy/asthma, neurology/neurosurgery, and cardiology before ultimately practicing general medicine as a hospitalist at Anne Arundel Medical Center and now in the outpatient primary care setting. The thing she loves most about her work is having an opportunity to educate her patients. When she’s not working she enjoys traveling, a variety of music, cooking, and baking. She lives in Crofton with her husband and twin daughters. Cara does tele-medicine consultations for some conditions that may not require an office visit. The virtual waiting room is https://doxy.me/caraherman