The American Health Council has appointed Georgia Cassidy, BSN, to its prestigious Nursing Board. Ms. Cassidy has 20 years experience in the healthcare industry and has been a Nursing Supervisor for 3 years.
After graduating from Sacred Heart University, Ms. Cassidy went on to begin her career at the Children’s Specialized Hospital in New Jersey. The hospital is the nation’s leading provider of inpatient and outpatient care for children from birth to 21 years of age facing special health
challenges. These challenges range from chronic illnesses and complex physical disabilities like brain and spinal cord injuries, to developmental and behavioral issues like autism and
mental health. One of the major services the Children’s Specialized Hospital provides is acute rehab whilst also working with families to make innovative therapies and medical treatments more personalised and effective, allowing children the best chance of recovery.
As a Nursing Supervisor, Ms. Cassidy’s day to day responsibilities include the coordination of safety and pediatrics. Attributing her success to her empathetic personality and her influence as a nurse leader, she hopes to become certified in management and leadership by completing her master’s degree in the next 5 years. Ms. Cassidy also aspires to one day be a case manager, making full use of her skills and abilities.
Outside of work, Ms Cassidy enjoys horseback riding, the arts, reading and cooking. She is also affiliated with a number of charities including the CSH Foundation.
Ms. Cassidy hopes that her appointment to the American Health Council’s Healthcare Board will help her with additional exposure, branding and networking opportunities, aiding her in a career advancement goals. Ms. Cassidy is also associated with the American Nurses Association and the New Jersey Nurses Association.
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Nursing Supervisor at Children’s Specialized Hospital
- Children’s Specialized Hospital is the nation’s leading provider of inpatient and outpatient care for children from birth to 21 years of age facing special health challenges — from chronic illnesses and complex physical disabilities like brain and spinal cord injuries, to developmental and behavioral issues like autism and mental health.
- At 12 different New Jersey locations, their pediatric specialists partner with families to make their many innovative therapies and medical treatments more personalized and effective so children can achieve more of their goals.
- The American Nurses Association
- The New Jersey Nurses Association