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Dear Colleagues, Patients and Families,
As a nurse at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) for over 30 years I am very honored to be have been chosen to lead our nursing staff that values high quality patient care, community outreach, education, research and abiding by “Living our Values at RWJUH”.
Our nursing staff has been recognized for exemplary care through many awards and accolades as well as through our national speaking engagements and publications in many scholarly journals. Some of the most recent notable accolades have been our 4th time designation of Magnet ® Status by the American Nurses Association (ANA), the recognition of our surgical intensive care units and coronary care units by being awarded the prestigious Beacon Award by the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) and our most recent 2012 quality award granted to an academic medical center by the ANA for the second year in a row.
At RWJUH we put a high value the Magnet® Model that includes Transformational Leadership, Exemplary Practice, New Knowledge and Innovations and Structural Empowerment. We take every opportunity to integrate this model into all we do for our patients, families and staff. Thank you for allowing me to serve you and joining me in thanking our nurses for living up to the reputation of being “The Most Respected Name in Nursing”.
Tracey Malast RN,MSN
Assistant Vice President/Interim Chief Nursing Officer
Robert Wood Johnson University