New Jersey ASC organization elects 3 board members: 4 things to know

The New Jersey Association of Ambulatory Surgery Centers elected three members to its board of directors, according to a July 15 announcement.

Four things to know:

1. The newly elected members are:

  • Bonnie Brady Lavoie, RN, West Morris Surgery Center (Succasunna, N.J.)
  • Joan McKibben, BSN, RN, Ambulatory Surgical Center of Somerset (Somerville, N.J.)
  • Caroline Ivanovski-Hauser, Bergen-Passaic Eye Surgery Center (Fair Lawn, N.J.)

2. Ms. Ivanovski-Hauser will also serve as NJAASC's treasurer.

3. Ms. Lavoie, Ms. McKibben and Ms. Ivanovski-Hauser join the following board members:

NJAASC President Jeff Shanton, Journal Square Surgical Center (Jersey City, N.J.)

  • NJAASC Past President Andrew Weiss, Summit Surgical Center (Voorhees, N.J.)
  • NJAASC Secretary Sheila McAteer, Virtua Health (Marlton, N.J.)
  • Melissa Bushnell, AtlantiCare Surgery Center (Egg Harbor Township, N.J.)
  • Sharon Gelardi, RN, The Gastro Surgi Center of New Jersey (Mountainside)
  • Michael Graziano, Clifton (N.J.) Surgery Center
  • Meg Stagliano, RN, RWJBarnabas Health (West Orange, N.J.)

4. The board of directors will serve NJAASC as it guides ASCs through the COVID-19 crisis, serving as a liaison to the New Jersey Department of Health and working to advance industry interests statewide.

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