Anthony Mastella RN is a well-qualified critical care nurse, with extensive experience working in the nursing field. He graduated from Camden County College, with a degree in Liberal Arts and Science. He completed his nursing diploma from Helene Fuld School of Nursing, with summa cum laude- a Latin phrase that is used to express the highest academic distinction. In order to graduate summa cum laude, a student must have very high grade point average.
Serving Virtua Health since 1999
Anthony Mastella RN is presently serving as critical-care nurse at Virtua Health- a complete healthcare system that provides services through an ambulatory care center in Camden. Headquartered in Marlton, NJ, Virtua Health offers a wide range of services, such as rehabilitation and long-term care centers, home care, physical therapy, and mobile intensive care units throughout Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and surrounding areas. Virtua is committed to providing unparalleled care through the area’s knowledgeable clinicians, latest clinical and information technology and state-of-the-art medical equipment.
A Certified Telemetry Nurse
Anthony Mastella RN is also certified in Telemetry critical care, and holds certification in advanced cardiac life support areas through Virtua Health. Telemetry nursing involves offering care to patients by connecting them to machines that measure blood pressure, heart rate, blood oxygen level, breathing rate and other information. Mostly it deals with patients who have recently undergone surgery or those who need some kind of specially administrated medications.
Mentored fresh graduate nurses
Anthony Mastella RN is a certified critical care nurse who received a Nurse of the Year award in 2010 from Virtua Health. He has complete knowledge of his profession and has mentored many fresh graduate nurses to help them easily adjust to the expectations of the field. Since 2003, he has been also working with Cooper University Hospital.
Anthony Mastella RN is a leadoff batter in the Varsity Baseball started by Shortstop and supports the Philadelphia Phillies Baseball team. He was the Captain of the Baseball Team in 1985. Aside from that, he is also a contributor to the Local Autism fund.