Let’s talk, heart to heart
Every nurse at Penn State Health brings a personal story as unique and inspiring as the patients they serve during some of life’s most stressful circumstances.
Meet our RN ambassadors
Our RN ambassadors embody the diversity, talent and enthusiasm of Penn State Health’s Department of Nursing – and they want to share their passion with you! Their career journeys range from new graduates to seasoned professionals with 20-plus years of experience, each with a unique perspective on the stepping stones that have built expertise, challenged personal growth and fulfilled a calling to help others.
Who are our RN ambassadors?
Our RN ambassadors are available to answer questions and share their experiences about working at Penn State Health with high school, college and nursing students and at community events. Read their profiles and reach out through email or follow them on LinkedIn. Our ambassadors look forward to meeting you!
As a flight nurse for Penn State Health, Dan’s “office” is 2,000 feet in the air inside one of the health system’s iconic Life Lion helicopters. It’s been his home away from home for nearly 12 years.
A graduate of Messiah College in Mechanicsburg, Pa., Christina has been with Penn State Health for 24 years as both a floor nurse and nurse leader.
The opportunity to work at the region’s only locally based academic medical center brought Natalie Bashore to Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center two years ago.
An 18-year nursing veteran of Penn State Health, Jennifer Zimmerman speaks with firsthand knowledge when she says our health system invests in its people.
An optimist by nature, Suzann Veppert says she was drawn to Penn State Health’s outstanding reputation and anticipated she could grow professionally and personally here.
Jen Smith has chosen to stay at Penn State Health for 16 years and counting because she feels like she’s part of a family she wouldn’t dream of leaving.
Kelsey Guth always wanted to work at a large hospital with a solid reputation, but she also hoped for a close-knit staff who had each other’s back. At Penn State Health, she says she got all that and more.
Known for her eclectic scrub cap collection, Mallory says the perioperative orientation training program at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center is unparalleled to any nurse orientation program at other institutions.
Join our team!
Nurses act as caregiver, advisor, confidante, educator and advocate for patients and their families – often all at once – contributing to the important mission of Penn State Health in many settings.
To learn more about career opportunities with Penn State Health and to connect with a recruiter, email [email protected].