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#TeamAcuity – When you love what you do, you never work a day in your life. I love my job as a Clinical Liaison.

My name is Rick Bain RRT, BS and I am proud to say that I have been a part of #TeamAcuity since April of 2006. I work out of Acuity Specialty Hospital Ohio Valley as a Clinical Liaison. I was fortunate enough to have this position after serving as a staff Respiratory Therapist at Acuity […]

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#TeamAcuity – What Our New Name Means to Us!

Lourdes Specialty Hospital of Southern New Jersey recently introduced its new name – Acuity Specialty Hospital of Southern New Jersey. The change is to reflect the company’s brand and mission throughout the region and showcase its commitment to excellence. Acuity Specialty Hospital of Southern New Jersey is conveniently located in Burlington County, N.J., on the campus […]

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#TeamAcuity – Hear why Jenn Trallo loves her job and can’t imagine doing any other type of work!

My name is Jenn Trallo Schreiber and I have been with #TeamAcuity since 2009. I serve Acuity Healthcare as our Corporate CMS Quality Analyst and also Acuity Specialty Hospital of NJ as our Chief Quality, Safety, and Risk Officer. I am a clinician at heart- I believe, no matter where my professional journey takes me, […]

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#TEAMACUITY My job as a Respiratory Therapist at Acuity Specialty Hospital of New Jersey is exciting, difficult, joyful, sad, but most of all, fulfilling.

Without breath, there is no life. That is the reason respiratory therapists are among the first clinicians at the bedside during emergency health situations. Respiratory Therapists are responsible for anything to do with the patient’s airway or breathing.  Most of our duties are scheduled functions, but we are often needed for medical emergencies. Whenever the […]

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Why Colleen Pace, Clinical Liaison Gets Excited about Her Job – We Give Patients their Life Back!

I am often asked why I am always so excited about my job.  It’s easy –I am fortunate that I get to impact people in so many ways. Not just the patients but families or whoever their people are.  The population at an Intensive Care Unit is fragile and sometimes forgotten about because they are […]

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