Jennifer Markey, NP

Jennifer Markey, NP Web

Master of Science
University of Massachusetts Worcester Graduate School of Nursing
Bachelor of Science
University of Massachusetts Amherst

Nurse Practitioner

A graduate of UMass Amherst and UMass Worcester, Jennifer is a highly experienced nurse practitioner, and has cared for adults, children and pregnant women. Jennifer’s area of expertise is family practice medicine. “I chose family practice because I wanted to be able to care for whoever walked in the door whether they are a week old or 90 years old,” she explains. “I like the variety of patients I see in family practice and I know my experience will be a great asset working in an urgent care environment.” Jennifer is a big believer in listening to, educating, and empowering her patients. “I approach caring for patients as a team effort. I am a member of the team and together with the patient we make treatment decisions that work best for the patient and their needs. No one likes being sick, that’s why I love being able to make a difference in patient’s lives by helping them get back to being themselves again and resuming their everyday activities.” In her spare time Jennifer enjoys traveling with her husband and being with family and friends. She also likes to play volleyball, cook, and find new wines to enjoy.

Megan Mooskian, NP

Megan Mooskian, ReadyMED

Master of Science: MCPHS University
Bachelor of Science: Framingham State University
Associates Degree: Becker College

Nurse Practitioner

A graduate of Becker College, Framingham State University and the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Megan worked as an acute care nurse for eight years before becoming an advanced practitioner. She enjoys the higher level of autonomy it provides and being able to implement education and preventative care with her patients across their lifespan. Megan is a strong believer in developing a good rapport with her patients and encouraging them to make healthy choices in their life. She also enjoys listening to their concerns and integrating thoughtful teaching regarding their diagnosis along with optimal treatment. When she is not busy with her patients, Megan enjoys spending lots of time with her family, including activities such as working out, sports, trips to the beach, crafts and being with friends and family.

Gerard Morris, NP


Master of Science: University of Massachusetts Boston
Bachelor of Science: University of Massachusetts Boston
Associate of Science: Quincy College

Nurse Practitioner

Gerard was a medic in the Coast Guard for 25 years before retiring to pursue his goal of becoming a healthcare professional. He then attended Quincy College to study nursing, and then continued his medical education at UMass Boston to become a nurse practitioner. Working at ReadyMED, he enjoys the variety and challenges of treating patients in an urgent care setting. Gerard believes in treating every patient he sees as if they were a family member and making sure he validates all their concerns. One of the things he enjoys most about working at ReadyMED is that he has the ability to help people of all ages and socio-economic backgrounds. In his spare time Gerard enjoys reading, traveling, bowling and living a healthy lifestyle through physical activity.

Dr. Peter Murphy


Medical School: University of Louisville
Internship/Residency: Children’s Hospital of Buffalo
Fellowship: UMass Memorial Medical Center


For Dr. Peter Murphy, it was some classes back in high school that opened up his eyes to a career in medicine. “The first time I ever really enjoyed something academically was studying the biological sciences in high school,” he explains. “I had people in my family who were nurses, but no doctors. I could tell that working in a lab or at a desk wasn’t for me. So the field of medicine, with its ability to help others, seemed like a great choice.”

After graduating from medical school, Dr. Murphy started his career in pediatrics. When he was around 40 years old, he moved his family to Indonesia so he and his wife could work in a health clinic. “There was an enormous need for medical care there, including a high infant mortality rate and other problems. We thought we would stay forever, but it didn’t work out that way. However, it was an amazing experience that I will always remember.”

One of the things that Dr. Murphy truly enjoys about his job is interacting each day with patients. “I love being a pediatrician because of the families you meet. It’s very gratifying when they come in concerned about something and you can reassure them. People are obviously very worried when their children are sick, so we really strive to not only do a great job with the medical care, but also let them know their kids are in good hands. Everyone here is very good at caring for people and it really shows.”

In his spare time Dr. Murphy enjoys outdoor sports such as hiking and climbing, as well as going birding with his wife. “We like to kayak, bike ride, and go camping. We’ve camped from the White Mountains to Mt. Desert Island and have kayaked all over Massachusetts.” Dr. Murphy also enjoys teaching and is a pediatric advanced life support instructor as well as an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at UMass.