Moneah Barracks, MSN, AGPCNP-BC

Moneah Barracks

Medical School
Rutgers University

Undergraduate School
Felician University

I am originally from Mount Vernon, New York, but grew up in Teaneck, NJ from the age of 7.  I am the second of four children born of Jamaican parents. In March of 2014, my husband André and I tied the knot and we are the proud parents of three girls Olivia, Kennedy and Skylar. I attended Felician University after graduating Teaneck High School in 2005 and graduated with my BSN in 2010. My first nursing job was inpatient adolescent psych/ECT (electroconvulsive therapy). I started my MSN program at Rutgers (formerly UMDNJ) May 2011 and graduated January 2014 with a specialty in Adult/Gerontology Primary Care.

My first job as a nurse practitioner was in Addiction Medicine in Harlem/Brooklyn, NY. I went on to work in Federally Qualified Health Centers in Newark and then Philadelphia.  I became an NP because I wanted to decrease the inpatient admissions to acute care facilities.  Having worked as a bedside nurse in White Plains, NY, I often saw some the same patients return.  Due to a lack of homeless shelters in Burlington County, NJ, I aspire to open a family shelter.  In my spare time I enjoy singing, experimenting with new flavors in the kitchen, improving on my Spanish and spending quality time with my family.

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COVID-19 Vaccine

We are pleased to announce that NSIM is partnering with Centennial Pharmacy Services to administer COVID vaccine shots in our office. We have worked closely with Centennial Pharmacy Services for many years and they are a trusted partner.

We do not know when our first doses of vaccine will arrive nor do we know how many doses we will get on a weekly basis. The number of people who want the vaccine is far greater than the supply Philadelphia receives weekly from the federal government.  We are following the Philadelphia Health Department prioritization phases in administering the vaccine. We anticipate it will take at least until the end of May or longer before the city has vaccinated all people over 65, those with chronic medical conditions, and those working in occupations essential to our economy.

If you want to receive the vaccine in our office when we receive a supply:

Register your interest

You will complete and submit a questionnaire. The information you submit is confidential and the only people who have access to it are the staff of NSIM and Centennial Pharmacy. It will be used only for the purpose of COVID vaccine administration and not for any marketing purposes or sold to any other entity. Once we know that we are receiving the vaccine, you will be contacted about an appointment time by Centennial Pharmacy either by text message, email, or phone (depending on your contact preference).


If you have any concerns about the safety, effectiveness, rapidity of development or other issues regarding the COVID vaccines, please contact your primary care provider at NSIM.

Please be patient. No one will be truly safe until everyone in our country who desires the vaccine has received it.  Please continue to wear your mask when outside of your home, maintain social distance, wash your hands, and follow other guidelines from the health department and CDC. Once you receive the vaccine, you will need to strictly maintain these precautions at all times until our public health officials tell us otherwise.

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