About Nurse Practitioner Randi Carrozza
Randi Carozza is an experienced nurse practitioner who has fellowship training in aesthetic medicine. Originally from Southern California, Randi Carrozza grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada. She earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV), after which she became an ER nurse. While working in the ER, Randi went on to earn a master’s degree in nursing at UNLV, and became a family nurse practitioner in pediatrics for several years.
Expert In Aesthetic Medicine
Throughout her career in nursing, Randi became increasingly passionate about anti-aging skin care and beauty regimens. She began studying aesthetic medicine and completed a fellowship at the prestigious American Academy for Advancement of Medicine. Randi completed training with the Cellular Medicine Association and is able to provide the PRP Facial to her patients. She has advanced credentials in facial injectibles, PDO threads, chemical peels, laser treatment for facial rejuvenation, invasive and non-invasive body contouring procedures. Randi also specializes in the following treatments:
- PRP hair restoration with microneedling
- PRP facial
- PDO Threads
- Derma Fillers
Thoroughly discussing aesthetic goals is essential in developing the proper treatment plan for a patient. Randi thrives on helping people build their confidence and feel good about their appearance. She wants to share her knowledge and skills, so she believes it is important to spend a lot of time getting to know each patient. Randi would like to help you achieve your goals!
In her spare time, Randi enjoys being on the go with her husband and two young sons. One of her many hobbies includes being a fitness instructor at The Bar Method in Westfield, NJ.
Randi Carrozza’s Education and Training
Earned a Bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV)
Earned a master’s degree in nursing at UNLV
Completed a fellowship at the American Academy for Advancement of Medicine
Completed training with the Cellular Medicine Association