Working in healthcare has been a big part of my life for more than 20 years. I started working as a CNA during College and graduated with a degree in Environmental Sciences.
As I continued to work as a lead Unit Clerk in a SNF and being privy to the policies and procedures and how it pertains to Nursing, I decided to become an RN and attend Beth Israel Nursing School. All the rigorous training paid off and after graduating, and pursuing my BSN, I became a Charge Nurse at a Nursing Home in Westchester.
I went up the ranks from being a Nurse Manager in a sub acute unit, to ADNS and onto my current position as DNS, here at Ross Healthcare.
One of the things that stands out for me here is the team spirit and approach here at Ross, both with all leadership and the dedicated nursing staff. With one goal in mind, which is to ensure the best care possible for all residents, makes working here worth it.
In my little spare time, I am an avid sports enthusiast, especially when it comes to Football and Volleyball.