Nursing

UMMC achieved re-designation May 14, 2014, as a Magnet hospital, recognizing our sustained nursing excellence, evidence-based practice and outstanding patient outcomes. Read more here


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This is About to Get Personal

Every nursing career here is as individual as the people you see below. Click to watch some of our nurses videos:

Jeremey Kirlew, RN, BSN

Jeremey Kirlew, RN, BSN

Jeremy Kirlew creates learning experiences to ensure every nurse in the cardiac catheterization is well versed in sophisticated technology. View video >

 

Cindy Rew, RN, BSN

Cindy Rew, RN, BSN

Cindy Rew is the nurse manager for the SICU. Her 12 years here as a nurse, a leader and as graduate student prove that excelling while living a balanced life is not only possible ... it's encouraged. View video >

 

Roseann Dougherty, RN, BSN

Roseann Dougherty, RN, BSN

Roseann Dougherty is an Oncology nurse with a calling: she's using exercise to help cancer warriors marshal mind, body, and spirit to battle their cancer. View video >

 

Tracy Statter, RN, BSN, CPEN

Stacy Statter, RN, BSN, CPEN

Stacy Statter has been in nursing just 3 years and is already a senior clinical nurse. She's a great example of one of the most fundamental principles of our culture: merit matters most. View video >

 

Robby Klawitter, CRNP, MS

Robby Klawitter, CRNP, MS

Robby Klawitter works in our Cardiac Surgery Intensive Care Unit. He was one of our first advanced practice nurses. And he's helped lead tremendous growth in our care model. So now, more than 240 CRNPs, CRNAs, CNSs and CNMs practice here. View video >

 

Kristina Ludwig, CRNA, MSN

Kristina Ludwig, CRNA, MSN

Kristina Ludgwig loves new experiences both in her personal and professional lives. She'll tell you one thing is true about recently moving to Baltimore and joining the ranks of our Nurse Anesthelists - it hasn't been dull. View video >

 

Harriett Neverdon

Harriet Neverdon, RN, BSN

Harriet Neverdon, Clinical Nurse II, wondered if an academic medical center's pace would allow her to develop as a nurse. In almost 3 years here, she's had a precepter. She has a mentor. She's been promoted. Those are all good developments. View video >

 

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