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Jennifer Cipollone, MSN, RN, CIC Welcomed as Director of Infection Prevention and Employee Wellness at Cape Regional Medical Center

Jennifer Cipollone, MSN, RN, CIC Welcomed as Director of Infection Prevention and Employee Wellness at Cape Regional Medical Center

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Cape Regional Health System has announced the appointment of Jennifer Cipollone, MSN, RN, CIC to the position of Director of Infection Prevention and Employee Wellness at Cape Regional Medical Center. Jennifer has worked in healthcare for 25 years and has over 13 years of infection prevention and control experience, most recently serving as an Infection Preventionist at Cooper University Health Care in Camden, NJ.

Jennifer is a graduate of Aspen University with a Master of Science in Nursing Administration. She also earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Kaplan University and holds a Certification in Infection Control (CIC) through the Certification Board of Infection Control and Epidemiology.

As Director of Infection Prevention, Jennifer will plan, develop, implement, and evaluate the infection prevention program at Cape Regional Medical Center. As a young adult, Jennifer became interested in healthcare and found life science to be fascinating. Jennifer explains, “Nursing as a profession was perfect for me. Not only because I liked to help and care for patients, but I enjoyed being able to assist others to develop skills and safely provide care, meeting patient’s needs.” “Midway into my career,” Jennifer continues, “I had the privilege to learn about the profession of Infection Prevention and Epidemiology, and my passion to prevent harm and to keep patients and staff safe while in the hospital, grew from there.”

“Jennifer is a team leader who values the importance of infection control and prevention in the health care setting,” stated Noreen DiPadova, Administrative Director, Quality and Risk Management at Cape Regional Medical Center. “Jennifer’s experience in the field of infection prevention and nursing leadership will fortify Cape Regional’s steadfast commitment to ensuring the safety and well-being of our patients, visitors, and team members. We are excited to welcome Jennifer to the team.”

In Jennifer’s spare time, she volunteers as a youth leader, teaching religious education and faith development for Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Parish in Newfield, NJ. She also enjoys kickboxing, circuit training and spin. She has two dogs and one cat that she loves to spoil. For more information about Cape Regional Health System, please visit www.caperegional.com.

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