Kelly Van Wyck, DNP

Family Medicine




Family Nurse Practitioner

Primary Location:


477 Route 10, Suite 205

Randolph, NJ 07869

Tel: 973.560.9500

Fax: 833.493.1248


Bachelor of Arts, English and French, Magna Cum Laude, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI

Bachelor of Science, Nursing, Magna Cum Laude, University of Buffalo, State University of New York, Buffalo, NY


Doctorate of Nursing Practice, Family Nurse Practitioner, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ

Board Certifications:

AANP Family Nurse Practitioner

Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers: CPR/First Aid/AED

Advanced Cardiac Life Support

Pediatric Advanced Life Support

Professional Associations:

American Association of Nurse Practitioners


English, conversational French and Spanish

Accepts New Patients
Patient Portal

Kelly Van Wyck Invests Time in Her Patients’ Well-being

“When we encourage ourselves to pursue wellness instead of only responding to illness, we lead healthier, more peaceful, more fulfilling lives.”

It was an experience volunteering in Haiti that revealed Kelly’s true calling. “I was working as a teacher in the village school,” she says. “People assumed that, as an American, I had access to healthcare and they started bringing me their sick children. I had no training and couldn’t help. One evening, a friend showed up on our doorstep with his infant son, near death. My mother, a nurse, happened to be visiting. She intervened, and saved the baby’s life.” Inspired and determined, Kelly enrolled in a nursing program as soon as she returned home.

Kelly has since made annual trips to Haiti, where she has served as a nurse and translator with teams of medical, dental, and nursing personnel. “I’m inspired by the Haitian people and their incredible bravery despite difficult circumstances. It recalibrates me every time I go down there.”

Back in New Jersey, she worked for several years as an emergency room nurse; however, she quickly realized that she wanted to further her education. She earned her doctorate in 2017, and joined Vanguard shortly thereafter.

“I hope to inspire my patients to pursue wellness in body and mind,” she says. “I find that people often visit their healthcare provider reactively, because of illness. If I can help people to be proactive, and to pursue a healthier lifestyle, they may discover a more peaceful, more joyful, and ultimately more fulfilling life.”

When she’s not working, Kelly enjoys reading and spending time with her husband and two young children. She also enjoys hiking, photography, and traveling.