Anthony Mastella RN is a highly knowledgeable and extensively experienced critical care nurse who is dedicated to providing the best of care to critically ill or unstable patients.
Telemetry Nurse Through Virtua Health
Anthony Mastella RN is a Telemetry nurse through Virtua Health. He holds a Certification In Telemetry Critical Care through Virtua Health. A Telemetry nurse is a registered nurse (RN) who observes a patient’s vital signs for blood pressure, heart rate, blood oxygen level, breathing rate, etc., with the help of an electrocardiogram or other life sign measuring devices.
Serving Cooper University Hospital Since 2003
Anthony Mastella RN has been working with Virtua Health, since 1999. In addition to this, he has also been associated with Cooper University Hospital, since 2003. He also served as a mentor for many newly graduated nurses in nursing field, and has helped them to adjust to new expectations of the field. Throughout his career, he has provided his patients with utmost care, and owing to his dedication in the field, he was awarded as the Nurse of the Year in 2010, by Virtua Health.
Certified In Advanced Cardiac Life Support Area
Anthony Mastella RN received a diploma in nursing through Helene Fuld School of Nursing. He graduated from Camden County College, a reputed community college in New Jersey and the surrounding areas, with a degree in Liberal Arts and Science degree. In addition to this, he holds certifications in Critical Care and Advanced Cardiac Life Support Area, through Virtua Health.
Captain Of The Baseball Team In 1985
Apart from being an extensively experienced critical care nurse, Anthony Mastella RN is also a sports lover. He is passionate about Baseball and supports the Philadelphia Phillies, a Major League Baseball team. He is an all South Jersey Baseball player, and was the captain of the Baseball team in 1985. He was, and was leadoff batter in the Varsity Baseball, which was started by Shortstop. Besides, he is also a dedicated social worker. He makes a significant contribution to the Local Autism Fund.