Pediatric Trauma Coordinator, Injury Free Coalition for Kids of New York (Children's)
Jeanne Rubsam, RN, CPNP is the Pediatric Trauma Program Manager for the New York Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital in New York, NY. Ms. Rubsam graduated from Georgetown University and received a Master’s of Science in Pediatric Primary Care from Columbia University. She is certified as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and as a pediatric nurse by the American Nurses Association. She is also Assistant Clinical Professor at Columbia University’s School of Nursing Ms. Rubsam started the Pediatric Trauma Program at MSCH in 1996. In her role as program manager she oversees the coordination of care for all patients admitted to the Pediatric Trauma Service and provides consultation and education on pediatric trauma related issues to the hospital staff, patients and local community. She frequently conducts educational programs on safety issues to school children and parent groups. In 2004 Ms. Rubsam was named New York State Trauma Coordinator of Distinction by the New York State Trauma Advisory Committee and the New York State Division of the American Trauma Society. Ms. Rubsam is both a former President (2006-2008) and Vice President (2013-2015) of the New York State Division American Trauma Society .
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