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Nursing Spectrum Chooses New Advisory Board Members

Nursing Spectrum has welcomed three new members to its regional advisory board for the Philadelphia Tri-State region.

The board will include Sue Lundquist, RN, BSN, who serves as director, patient care solutions at Siemens Medical Solutions, Malvern, Pa.; Anne McCartney, RN, MSN, CNM, CNAA, vice president, patient care services at South Jersey Healthcare Regional Medical Center in Vineland, N.J.; and Rhonda Zaleski, RN, director of nurse recruitment at the University of Pennsylvania Health System in Philadelphia.

Lundquist has more than 25 years of experience in clinical informatics. In her current role, Lundquist works with Siemens customers related to adoption and implementation of information technology to support nursing practice and manages relationships with the Joint Commission and industry partners that focus on quality and safety initiatives.

Anne McCartney, RN

She also leads internal and external marketing communication efforts and programs surrounding IT and nursing for Siemens.

For more than 25 years, McCartney has had a special interest in maternal child health while serving as a practicing certified nurse midwife and in several hospital-based nursing leadership roles. She has served since 1988 on the board of the Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative.

Rhonda Zaleski, RN

Zaleski has been recognized for progressive collaborative strategies and recruitment operations at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, that resulted in a 1% vacancy rate and talent acquisition of 500 professionals annually.

Zaleski, who oversees international nurse recruitment, was a podium speaker at the ANCC’s National Magnet Conference in October.

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