The Crouse Hospital School of Nursing recently welcomed four new educators who will join the faculty beginning with the fall semester.
Anne Jacobs, MS, RN, will be teaching a Nursing Process for Adult Care lll course and a course in Pharmacology. Jacobs recently worked as an Assistant Professor at St. Joseph’s College of Nursing.
Peg Ryan, MS, RN, is a graduate of the Crouse Hospital School of Nursing and will be educating students in pediatric nursing. She most recently worked at the Visiting Nurses Association as a manager of Quality Improvement and pediatric clinical nurse specialist.
Eileen Sharp, MS, RN, PNP, will also teach pediatric nursing. Sharp is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and most recently held a position as an assistant professor for St. Joseph’s College of Nursing. She also held a position as an adjunct faculty member at Onondaga Community College.
Amber Sitterly, BS, RN, will also be joining the teaching staff after leaving Auburn Hospital, where she was an education coordinator for the nursing and respiratory departments. Sitterly will be teaching Nursing Process for Adult Care ll.
ABOUT THE SCHOOL OF NURSING PROGRAM:
Crouse Hospital School of Nursing offers a two-year associate’s degree program featuring classroom, clinical, laboratory and computer-assisted study within a state-of-the-art teaching environment. Unparalleled clinical opportunities, innovative program design and affordable tuition are among the school’s strengths and contribute to the success of each individual. Clinical training components combine classroom theory with actual nursing practice so that learning has immediate relevance for students. The program offers the most hands-on training available in Central New York, with diverse clinical experiences in hospital and community settings.