Top 10 Instagram nurses: Saving lives with their daily updates

Top 10 Instagram nurses: Saving lives with their daily updates


Nurses are continually looking for ways that can help them extend their social reach. Many of them have turned to social networking sites to talk more about maintaining healthy communities and preventative care. Instagram is one example of a social media network that has helped nurses create an awareness of how people can optimize their health.

Instagram nurses post many updates on the different ways in which people can stay healthy. Others have even gone further to promote screening services as a way of knowing your health and treating conditions before they happen. If you are on this platform, here are the top ten Instagram nurses you should follow.

  1. Danielle LeVeck

Danielle LeVeck is a recent CVICU Nurse Practitioner and ICU RN. She is also a blogger, social media influencer, and nurse advocate. On her Instagram page, she uses raw vulnerability and humor to achieve her goal of inspiring healthcare providers and nurses to work together to ensure optimal patient care.

  1. Gail Ingram

Gail Ingram is an accomplished nurse practitioner. She has over 15 years of healthcare experience that ranges from home-based to hospital care and administration. A graduate with a Master’s of Science, she always posts health information on her Instagram account and raises awareness on matters about food, sex, parenting, and medicine.

  1. Nacole Riccaboni

Nacole Riccaboni is a registered nurse and a holder of Associate of Science in Nursing Degree. She uses her Instagram account to talk about advanced nursing education and offers daily nursing tips. Nacole also posts more about health matters, healthy living, and patient care.

  1. Julia Eze

Julia Eze is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She uses Instagram to promote health and offers advice on disease prevention. Julia has a Master of Science in Nursing and practices in the field of regenerative medicine.

  1. Sonja Schwartzbach

Sonja Schwartzback is a Critical Care Registered Nurse and best-selling author. She uses social media to offer advice on the nursing profession and healthy living. Sonja is also a blogger and has written lots of content for various professional outlets.

  1. Kati Kleber

Kati Kleber is a nurse educator, blogger, author, speaker, and podcast host. She is an award-winning nurse who uses her Instagram account to support the nursing profession and give advice on health matters. Kati is also a published author with the American Nurses Association.

  1. Allysen Kelly

Allysen Kelly is a board-certified nurse practitioner. She has been using social media to post about patient care and how to stay healthy. Kelly has a doctorate in nursing practice.

  1. Brittney Wilson

Brittney Wilson is a registered nurse and an award-winning author and blogger. She uses Instagram to talk about health IT, nursing, and general healthcare topics. Brittney also helps nurses understand the importance of technology in their profession.

  1. Richard Soto

Richard Sato is a registered nurse with a mission of assisting other nurses to become better at their work. He uses Instagram to talk more about protecting, promoting, and optimizing health.

  1. Kelsey Rowell

Kelsey Rowell is a registered nurse and certified health coach. She uses Instagram to teach nurses how to create good career and life that they love. Also, Kelsey always posts on how to optimize health, career, emotions, and life.


If you are a nursing student, the above Instagram accounts are some of the best to follow. The nurses behind those accounts offer advice about the nursing profession and how to overcome its challenges. Furthermore, they show other people the best ways of protecting, promoting, and optimizing their health.


I am Dr. Marion Johnson, a Nurse Supervisor, Educator, and A clinician with a Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree (DNP) and a Master of Science in Nursing Degree (MSN) both from Walden University. I have worked as a nurse in the healthcare industry for over 15 years. Presently, I am doing something I love most, which is being an online instructor. In this position, I believe I can learn, educate, create and implement positive input into the nursing field. Besides work, I am also an avid reader of nursing journals and articles that is why I have a passion for reading, learning and sharing on the trending topics in the nursing arena.

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