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Margaret Cordero, RNC-OB, BSN, (holding award and flowers) was honored with Einstein’s Vanessa Hawkins Sellers RN Excellence Inspiration Award, named for a former cardiac catheterization lab nurse. Cordero has been part of the Einstein family for six years as a registered nurse in the Labor and Delivery unit. After completing a nursing diploma program and an associate degree, Cordero returned to school and earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing. Currently, she is pursuing her master’s degree in Nursing Education and Faculty Role.
Cordero was selected for the RN Excellence Award for serving as a great mentor, leader and patient advocate. Over the past several years, she has been a primary preceptor for many nurses in the Labor and Delivery unit and has inspired many nurses to advance their education. She is an excellent teacher and resource who provides guidance for new graduate nurses as well as for experienced clinical staff. She is Adjunct Clinical Faculty at La Salle University for the undergrad nursing students in their maternity clinical rotation.
Cordero has been an active member of the Labor and Delivery unit practice committee, and served as Co-chair on the Nursing Research Committee. She advocates for patients and continuously forges new practices to improve patient care and practice. Her fellow nurses and supervisors describe her as an excellent example of nurses being much more than nurses….they are leaders, mentors, patient advocates and proponents for change.
Shown: (L to R): Jill Stunkard, Interim Chief Nursing Executive & Director of Critical Care Nursing, with Labor and Delivery Unit Registered Nurses Alicia Valentin, Margaret Cordero, Sherri Joseph, Mariel Gonzalez, Megan Kempf and Bridget Trautz.