Director of Health Services
Nurse Practitioner
Phone: ext. 2206

Academic Accomplishments

  • Nursing Diploma/Mountainside Hospital School of Nursing, 1980
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing/Seton Hall University, 1992
  • Master of Science in Nursing/University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, 1995
  • Adult Nurse Practitioner Certification from American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, 1996-present
  • Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Certification from the American Nurses Credentialing Center, 1998-present


Theresa Lord-Stout began her career at Centenary University in September 2014, after ten years of college health experience at Rutgers University Health Services, where she provided primary care and gynecological services to Rutgers students. She was also a member of the Rutgers Eating Disorder Treatment Team.

Previous to her tenure at Rutgers Health Services, Theresa worked as a Nurse Practitioner at the Women’s Health and Counseling Center in Somerville, NJ, now the Zufall Health Center of Somerville.  Theresa also has many years of experience as a Nurse Educator, having taught at Rutgers College of Nursing, Seton Hall University College of Nursing, Fairleigh Dickinson University, and Warren County Vocational-Technical School.  She has spent years in the clinical setting as a staff nurse in critical care and medical-surgical nursing at Dover General Hospital, Brick Hospital, and Hackettstown Regional Medical Center, and also served as the Nursing Supervisor of Brick Hospital in Bricktown, NJ.  She has 20 years of experience as an Adult and Acute Care Nurse Practitioner.

Theresa is a graduate of the Mountainside Hospital School of Nursing.  She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing at Seton Hall University, and her Master of Science degree in Nursing at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.  In the past, Theresa was a nominee for the New Jersey Governor’s Nursing Merit Award, and was the recipient of the Roy Anderson Bowers award for exemplary service to the students of Rutgers University.  She was also awarded the Rutgers President’s Recognition Award for outstanding service and contribution to the University Community.  Theresa is a lifelong resident of Hackettstown.  She and her husband John have been active members of the community, and have raised five children here.