Jennifer Dizon

Are you frustrated with researching medical terminology or reading piles of medical records? Do you need objective medical report writing and chronology timelines? Or do you seek heartfelt stories and content for your B2B or B2C materials. As a freelance health writer and registered nurse I can handle these for you. 


Cardiac, cardiovascular and heart health 

Gastrointestinal and digestive health 

Neonatal intensive care

Integrative/holistic health and wellness 

Advocacy and community

Legal nurse consulting

Medical case management 

Catastrophic injury management 

History and culture 


Press releases, newsletters and media inquiries  

Continuing education questions and answers

Evidence-based research 

Editing and proofreading 


Health reporting and feature articles

Biographies and obituaries 

Content marketing and blog posts

Slide decks and presentation materials 

Medical chronology reports and fact summary reports

Independent/defense medical examination observation reports

Disability/impairment rating examination observation reports


Explore some published pieces below.

Press Release: Filipinos in the U.S. Navy Historical Marker

The City of Virginia Beach, the Council of United Filipino Organizations of Tidewater and the Filipino American National Historical Society-Hampton Roads Chapter will unveil and dedicate the historical marker honoring Filipinos in the U.S. Navy at the Philippine Cultural Center, 4857 Baxter Road, Virginia Beach, on Saturday, May 28, 2022, at 9:45 a.m. The event will also commemorate Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, held each May.

A Nurse's Perspective on Decreasing the Incidence of NEC

As a registered nurse, people would ask my specialty or at which unit I worked. When I said that I was a nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), they told me that it took a special person to work in the NICU. I completely agreed with this calling. It was a blessing to take care of premature babies and watch them grow. These itty bitties (as we pleasantly referred to them) could weigh as small as 800 grams, or about the size of two cans of soda. Because it was a NICU, we nurses had to b

The 5 Most Important Things to Know When Your Baby Is Diagnosed With NEC

Having a baby born prematurely and admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit can be stressful, especially if it's unexpected. Visiting your baby in the NICU takes planning and adjustment. Be it a spouse, sibling, or best friend, you will need to ask others for their support. While your baby grows and develops, your baby may encounter inevitable hurdles along the way , so find someone you can lean on during this difficult time.

Many factors might contribute to having your baby diagnosed with

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