Susanne Manzoni is the Program Nurse Manager for the Wyss/Campbell Center for Thoracic Insufficiency Syndrome (CTIS) in the Division of Orthopaedics. Her primary role is helping families schedule consults, organize referrals and navigate appointments, tests and surgeries. She also coordinates patient care before and after surgery, provides patient and family education, and is a conduit between patients, families and their surgeon. Susanne primarily works with Surgeons Patrick Cahill, MD, and Jason Anari, MD.
Prior to joining CHOP, Susanne worked for 17 years at Shriners Hospital for Children in Philadelphia, 10 years with inpatients and seven years with outpatients. She served as a care coordinator for three spine surgeons and managed their outpatient population by coordinating clinics, surgeries and any consults needed. She also worked with patients from other countries and was a resource for housing and medical needs.
Education and Training
BSN - Thomas Jefferson University Philadelphia, PA
Titles and Academic Titles
Program Nurse Manager, Wyss/Campbell Center for Thoracic Insufficiency Syndrome
Departments and Services
Data gathering for HARMS Study Group
FDA clinical trial for vertebral body tethering
Patient Experience Ratings
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