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Phil Tran,
Stroke Coordinator

I have been working as a nurse for the Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center since 2012 when I finished nursing school and was hired as a nurse resident. After spending six years in the Intensive Care Unit, I took a position as the Stroke Program Coordinator after finishing a succession planning fellowship where I lead a project to attain the Beacon Award, an award granted to critical care units that exemplify excellence in patient care and staff satisfaction

 


Karen Brook, RN MSN
Interim Chief Nursing Officer Vice-President Patient Care Services

Chief Nursing Officer for Penn Medicine Princeton Health. Has been with the hospital since May 1998 and just celebrated her 20th year with the health system. Karyn is currently in school to pursue her doctorate degree in nursing practice.


Janet Ready
President of Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center and Senior VP of Princeton Health

Janet’s current role is the President of Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center and Senior VP of Princeton Health. She is responsible for operational performance and strategic growth and development. Janet is also a registered nurse and received her bachelor’s degree of nursing, a MBA, and a Masters of Public Health from Columbia University.


Christina Brescia, RN, BSN, CAPA
PeriOp Clinical Nurse

Chris has been a nurse for 12 years. She is this year’s Princeton Medical Center’s nurse of the year. She currently works in there perioperative area and has numerous accolades and accomplishments such as her BSN, CAPA certification, presented research, and numerous hospital awards.