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Madeline Gervase Appointed Director of Nursing Education

8/19/11

West Windsor, N.J. – Madeline Gervase (of Flemington) has been appointed director of Nursing Education at Mercer County Community College (MCCC).  She served most recently as Family Nurse Practitioner Track Coordinator at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. 

“I am very excited about joining MCCC’s outstanding nursing program,” said Gervase.  “I look forward to working with their dynamic faculty.  As educators we provide not only textbook knowledge but a solid clinical-based foundation for students to equip them with the critical skills and insights necessary to succeed in all aspects of the nursing profession. It is a life-changing experience.” 

Over the years, Gervase has garnered a wealth of experience as a nurse practitioner in cardiology, surgery, and critical care. She has also held positions as assistant professor of Nursing at Seton Hall and Union County College, and as a clinical nurse specialist/advanced practice nurse at Somerset Medical Center in the Emergency and Cardiology departments. 

She served as a clinical nurse specialist at Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY, a nurse practitioner at Saint Vincent Catholic Medical Center of New York, as a clinical instructor and course leader at Rutgers University, and as a senior staff and charge nurse at both Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, and at Saint Vincent Catholic Medical Center in Staten Island.

Gervase holds a B.S. in Nursing from The College of Staten Island and an M.S. in Nursing/ Family Nurse Practitioner from Wagner College.  She is pursuing a Ph.D. in Instructional Leadership and Curriculum Design from Northcentral University.  She is also a member of several professional associations, community boards and health care collaborative organizations.

MCCC’s Nursing program combines coursework with clinical experience in health care facilities under faculty supervision.  Graduates are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses.  Mercer’s concept-based nursing curriculum combines theoretical coursework with experiential learning in a clinical setting

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