Nursing Viewbook - Page 4

Griffins always rise to the occasion, both in life and work. Check out the Griffins who’ve been making a difference during the COVID-19 pandemic. Allison Alejo '20 Jordan Dzierzgowski '19 Anthony Pozsonyi '19 Tiffani Noelle Wright '19 Allison works at Abington-Jefferson Hospital on a medicalsurgical unit that closed for a few weeks. During that time, she worked on dedicated COVID units. Jordan works as a registered nurse in the emergency department at Jefferson Washington Township Hospital in New Jersey. Jordan is a graduate of Washington Township High School and currently is on the front lines fighting the Coronavirus in his hometown. Anthony is on the front lines fighting the Coronavirus in New Jersey. Anthony works as a Registered Nurse in the Emergency Department at Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus. Tiffani works in a large teaching hospital in Philadelphia as an operating room nurse. During the pandemic, she has been deployed in order to help with taking care of patients that need it the most. “I’m amazed by the support I receive from my GMercyU community. I appreciate all of the people who express love and gratitude to those of us working in all fields- healthcare, grocery/retail, restaurants, first responders, and more.” - Allison Alejo '20 “Being a new nurse was already a challenge within itself; however, I am a proud Mercy Nurse! GMercyU has prepared me to face adversity as a nurse because every day is a new challenges, new patients, etc.” - Tiffani Noelle Wright '19 Wordwide, nurses are emerging from these times as leaders and truly the most trusted professionals in “ the world. We wish all nurses strength, courage, and safety during this turbulent time. ” - Ann Phalen, PhD, CRNP, NNP-BC Dean, Frances M. Maguire School of Nursing and Health Professions