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Transitional Care Nurse Navigators

From Left:  Lauren Cappellitti, BSN, RN, CCM, Stacey Joseph, BSN, RN, Charvonne Riley,Eileen Fagan-Fittery, BSN, RN, CCM, ONC, Chrystal Lucas, MSN, BSN, CCM, 
Monique Goodman, MSN, RN, and Brenda Wysocki, BSN, RNFrom Left: Lauren Cappellitti, BSN, RN, CCM, Stacey Joseph, BSN, RN, Charvonne Riley,Eileen Fagan-Fittery, BSN, RN, CCM, ONC, Chrystal Lucas, MSN, BSN, CCM, Monique Goodman, MSN, RN, and Brenda Wysocki, BSN, RN

A Transitional Care Nurse Navigator will help you plan for when it's time to leave the hospital

  • The Transitional Care Nurse Navigator (TCNN) will discuss with you and your family what your care needs may be when it's time for you to be discharged.
  • A TCNN will work with the multidisciplinary team to organize your care after discharge and schedule all your follow-up appointments.
  • These nurses promote care coordination and make referrals to home-care agencies that can assist you after you arrive home.
  • You will also get a call from your TCNN after your hospitalization to see how you are doing.

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