Ms Laurenmarie Cormier

Nurse Practitioner
Ms Laurenmarie Cormier
Nurse Practitioner

Laurenmarie consults with and prescribes medications for patients at Treated. She formulates clinical processes to make sure we’re asking the right questions and getting the right info during consultations.

Laurenmarie graduated Magna Cum Laude from Chamberlain University in August of 2021. She obtained her Family Nurse Practitioner Certification with ANCC & AANP in September of 2021.

Laurenmarie started her career as an emergency room nurse at a level one trauma center. After suffering a back injury in 2017, she transitioned into telemedicine.

Laurenmarie also has extensive experience in building telehealth programs to serve diverse patient populations. With a strong foundation in telemedicine, Laurenmarie implements best practice care standards and support programs that improve patient access to timely and effective care.


Chamberlain University
Masters degree – Nursing (MSN)

Rhode Island College
Bachelors degree – Nursing (BSN)


Massachusetts Board of Nursing


Emergency medicine


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