Magnet Program Director and Manager of Professional Practice
Magnet Program Director and Manager of Professional Practice. I have been here 8 years and am currently pursuing my MSN. I work closely with quality and patient safety initiatives. I sit on several professional development councils.
Sheila Kempf, PhD, RN, NEA-BC
Vice President Patient Care Services & Chief Nursing Officer
Sheila’s current role is the Vice President of Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing officer for Penn Medicine Princeton Health. She is responsible for planning, organizing and directing the overall operation of nursing. As a new member of Penn Medicine-Princeton Health Leadership, Sheila brings years of experience and innovation to her role. She has her bachelors’ degree of nursing, master’s degree in nursing education and PhD in Healthcare Administration.
Kelly LaMonica, MSN, RNC
Perinatal Risk Nurse
I have been at Princeton for 13 years, first as a staff nurse, then the last 8 years as the clinical nurse leader and perinatal risk nurse. I have my MSN and am working on my DNP. I also teach for Rutgers University and Raritan Valley Community College. I was selected for the educational advisory committee for the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal nursing
Elizabeth Shokoff MSN, RN, ONC
PeriOp Clinical Nurse
Elizabeth has been a nurse for 30 years. During her tenure as a nurse, she has worn many hats and held several different positions. Currently, she is the Orthopaedic Nurse Navigator.