The Mission & Vision of GNYMA Stroke Coordinators
The mission of the Stroke Coordinators in the New York Greater Metro Area is to apply the concept of community among each other and towards the practice of patient care.
The vision of the Stroke Coordinators in the New York Greater Metro Area is to focus on evidence based interventions for the purpose of achieving health equity in the diverse communities that we serve.
The GNYMASCC is made up of dedicated Stroke Coordinators from the greater New York metro area.
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Kerri-Ann Bell, DNP, NP-C has over 7 years combined experience in neuroscience nursing. She worked in the neuroscience unit at Montefiore Medical Center for over 5 years and has been in her current role as the Stroke Program Coordinator for a little under 2 years. By the third month into her role as Stroke Coordinator, Kerri-Ann helped lead Montefiore through a successful survey by The Joint Commission for certification as a Comprehensive Stroke Center. With improved patient outcomes as top priority, she continuously seeks to find ways to improve the stroke program at Montefiore through quality and process improvement initiatives. In her time as Stroke Coordinator, she has made it her mission to increase awareness about Stroke within the community and has established the first Stroke Survivor Group at the Moses location.
Kerri-Ann has been in the nursing profession for over a decade. She has a masters and doctoral degree in nursing practice and continually pursues opportunities to be a change agent in healthcare.