Elaine Hardy is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She received her undergraduate degree from William Paterson University and her Master of Science in Nursing from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. She has over 20 years experience in Oncology, Pediatrics, Women’s Healthcare, and Holistic Medicine. She has a special interest in the biomedical treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders and ADHD, regularly attending integrative medicine conferences such as ACAM and Defeat Autism Now!. Elaine is a member of MAPS (Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs).
Holistic Family Healthcare, PC is the independent Nurse Practitioner Practice of Elaine Hardy, MS, RN, APN, C. The practice is located in Hackettstown, NJ in the Mansfield Township section, in picturesque Warren County.
Holistic Family Healthcare was born from the Holistic Nurse Practitioner practice of the late Carol J. Alexander, MS, RN, APN, C and who was Elaine Hardy’s mother.
Elaine Hardy utilizes a unique approach to healthcare by blending traditional and holistic medicines. As a Family Nurse Practitioner, Elaine is licensed to perform physical exams, order diagnostic lab and radiology tests, and order prescription medications. Elaine searches for the causes of your health challenges and does not agree with placing labels on diseases, but instead, searches for the causes. She then prepares a customized and individualized treatment plan for each patient which consists of lifestyle changes, dietary changes, supplements, herbs, vitamins, and medications only if necessary.
Elaine has a special interest in the treatment of children, especially in a holistic approach to childhood food intolerances, asthma, ear infections, eczema, and gastrointestinal disorders.
The collaborating physician for Holistic Family Healthcare is Muralidnar Reddy, MD. Dr. Reddy maintains a separate practice in Belvidere , NJ.
A unique feature about our practice is that we listen to you and give you time to talk. An hour or more is set aside for each visit, allowing patients plenty of time to discuss their concerns, and ask questions, before being examined. Elaine then invites the patient to participate in their care by including them in their plan of care.