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Jacqueline Schultz

Jacqueline Schultz

Jacqueline Schultz brings to her dual role a broad range of clinical expertise achieved during more than 30 years of health care experience, which includes an impressive record of progressive growth in nursing leadership. She came to Suburban in 2005 from the Saint Barnabas Healthcare System in New Jersey, where she was a nurse executive. 

She served as vice president of patient Care Services for Irvington General Hospital from 2003 to 2005, and prior to that was administrative director of patient care services at Monmouth Medical Center for four years. Her responsibilities for the Suburban Hospital Healthcare System include oversight of  nursing, all clinical services, quality and patient safety, utilization and outcomes, safety and security, planning, and community health and wellness.

Ms. Schultz currently serves as secretary and board member of the Maryland Organization of Nurse Executives. She received her B.S.N. degree from Cornell University and her M.S.N. degree from Seton Hall University.