Kristina Conklin, PA-C

Family Medicine


Verona - Grove Ave.


Family Medicine

Primary Location:


271 Grove Avenue

Verona, NJ 07044

Tel: 973.239.2600

Fax: 833.495.1921


Medical Technology, University of Delaware, Newark, DE


Physician Assistant, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Piscataway, NJ

Board Certifications:

New Jersey Physician Assistant License

Certification by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants

Medical Laboratory Scientist Certification

Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers

Professional Associations:

American Academy of Physician Assistants

New Jersey State Society of Physician Assistants

American Society for Clinical Pathology


English, Serbian, Conversational Spanish

Accepts New Patients
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Kristina Conklin Builds Relationships for Better Health

“Preventive care is the cornerstone of primary care. As providers, the greatest role that we have is to educate our patients and promote wellness.”

 Kristina Conklin’s first job after college wasn’t the perfect fit. But it was the inspiration for her lifelong calling. “I was working as a medical technologist behind the scenes in a hospital, and I missed the patient interaction,” she says. “I started volunteering on a different floor to be able to talk with patients and realized that’s what I wanted to do.” She applied to a physician assistant program and now enjoys forming those special relationships every day.

From the beginning, Kristina knew she wanted to work in primary care. “I enjoy getting to know my patients, learning about their family life and their challenges, and educating them about wellness. When you build relationships over time, you can provide continuous, comprehensive care. That’s what really draws me in—being able to make a real difference in their health and well-being.”

Kristin inspires confidence with her thorough approach. She takes the time to really listen to her patients and understand their perspective. The dialogue goes both ways; Kristin also spends time explaining her recommendations and educating patients about their illness and preventive care. “I encourage my patients to keep up on their immunizations and exams,” she says. “An asymptomatic patient who might show early warning signs of a disease is a lot easier to effectively treat than someone who is chronically ill.”

When she’s not working, Kristina enjoys spending time with her family. She also enjoys reading, traveling, and playing volleyball.