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Sarah C Paciulli, MS, RN, FNP

Sarah C Paciulli, MS, RN, FNP

out of 5
163 Ratings


Cardiovascular Disease


Internal Medicine


Ambulatory Care Center

417 N. 11th Street
Richmond, VA 23219
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Bachelor of Arts

University of Miami, Spanish and Psychology

Bachelor of Science

Virginia Commonwealth University, Nursing

Master of Science

Virginia Commonwealth University, Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner


Sarah Paciulli is a certified family nurse practitioner.  She started VCU Health’s cardiology navigator program in 2015.  The program was born in an effort to enhance the care of cardiology patients and to reduce the hospital’s readmission rate of heart failure (HF) and myocardial infarction (MI) patients.  She runs a transitional care clinic where she sees HF and MI patients in clinic soon after they are discharged from the hospital.

Sarah is a member of the American Association of Heart Failure Nurses, and is a Certified Heart Failure Nurse. 

Prior to her nursing career, Sarah studied Spanish.  She has a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Psychology from the University of Miami.  She worked as a Spanish medical interpreter for one year before deciding to pursue a degree in nursing.  She is still able to use her Spanish doing outreach with the Spanish-speaking population in the greater Richmond area.  She volunteers as an NP at Crossover Clinic (one of Richmond’s charitable clinics) where she has provided care to Richmond’s underinsured population since 2012. 

Sarah has a special clinical interest in cardiac amyloidosis.  She helps to run the cardiac amyloidosis clinic alongside the cardiac amyloidosis expert, Dr. Keyur Shah.  Sarah has been appointed to Governor Northam’s Rare Disease Advisory Council.  In this role, she will work with the council to advise state leaders on how to best serve Virginians with rare diseases.

Sarah is affiliate faculty with the VCU School of Nursing and frequently precepts nurse practitioner students.

Awards & Honors

  • Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Internal Medicine – Excellence as an Advanced Practice Provider, February, 2019
  • Virginia Magnet Consortium Nursing Excellence Award – Magnet Excellence in Advanced Nursing Practice – nominee from VCU Health, 2017

Clinical Interests

Access to care; Health equity; Congestive heart failure; Cardiac amyloidosis

Ratings & Reviews

163 Ratings

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Doctors office... is good experience.
April 2024
Provider is very knowledgeable and professional in all her interactions with me.
February 2024
Very good informing of health care options.
December 2023
Good experience.
September 2023
Never bad.
September 2023
Very good.
August 2023
Sarah is always focused on the issues associated w/my disease & treatment. She answers all my questions and is fun, too!!
July 2023
Excellent in patient care [...]
June 2023
All good.
May 2023
She's excellence nurse.
April 2023
Very best. Sarah Paciulli
January 2023
Sarah is the best every.
July 2022
Ms. Paciulli always friendly, shows concern, ask about prior condition of health and has played a major role in getting my overall health back on track. I trust her decisions.
July 2022
She was very attentive and helpful with all my concerns.
June 2022
She has proved to be very well informed and trustworthy.
March 2022
February 2022
Good people, with good information.
September 2021
Excellent experience.
August 2021
She is a very good doctor.
July 2021