Loyola University Chicago

Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing

Faculty and Staff

Colleen Andreoni, DNP, FNP-BC, ANP-BC, CEN

Title/s: Assistant Professor
Chair, Health Management and Risk Reduction Department

Office #: Building 125, Room 2532, HSD

Phone: 708.216.6985

E-mail: candreo@lumc.edu


DNP                  Governor’s State University             2010
MSN                  Governor’s State University            1992
BSN                   Governor’s State University            1985
Diploma RN   Buffalo General Hospital SON         1976

American Nurses Credentialing Center: Adult Nurse Practitioner
Emergency Nurses Association: Certified Emergency Nursing

Research Interests

Dr. C. Andreoni’s research interest is adolescent risk behaviors. As a nurse practitioner in both the medical home and the emergency department, Dr. C. Andreoni identifies risks and implements interventions to manage the risks. She demonstrates translational research in her daily practice with adolescents and patients seeking emergency care. Dr. C. Andreoni is interested in risk reduction interventions that allow adolescents to be actively engaged in choosing positive behaviors.  Her current focus is on implementing an evidence based sex risk behavior reduction program at the community level with longitudinal follow up throughout high school. 


Dr. C. Andreoni teaches at the master’s level.  She teaches classes on advanced pediatric assessment, the advanced practice nursing clinical course, as well teaching the advanced emergency care course.  Dr. C. Andreoni is recognized as a leader in adolescent health and advanced emergency care.


As a nurse practitioner, Dr. C. Andreoni has experience in family medicine, adolescent health, and emergency medicine.  She is a strong advocate for access to care.  As the clinical manager and nurse practitioner at Loyola’s MNSON School Based Health Center (SBHC) at Proviso East High School in Maywood, she promotes interprofessional health promotion and health care among nursing, medicine, health systems management, dietetic, and social work students. She devotes 40% of her full time faculty status to providing health care for the underserved and vulnerable adolescents in the SBHC and the community.