Sarah received her Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and went on to receive her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Indiana University Purdue University of Indianapolis and subsequently received her Master of Science in Nursing from Drexel University, Dual Acute and Pediatric Primary Care.
Sarah brings a wealth of experience and knowledge of neonatal care from her clinical experience in a Level III and IV Surgical NICUs and PICUs. She was active in Shared Governance serving as the Chair and was the Magnet navigator. She led many evidence-based practice initiatives to improve developmental care practices as part of the Neuroprotective Care Committee.
Professionally, Sarah has presented nationally on a variety of neonatal and developmental care focused topics and has provided consultations thru Synapse Care Solutions.
In addition to Sarah’s healthcare background, she brings a unique background from her Military Service. She served in Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan (2006-2007) & was a Captain, in the Indiana Army National Guard (2001-2010) serving as a project officer at Joint Forces Headquarters responsible for new equipment fielding and training.
Education and Training
MSN (Dual Acute and Pediatric Primary Care) - Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
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