Mount St. Mary’s Hospital (MSMH) appointed two individuals to serve in leadership roles in the hospital’s Clearview management team.
Jennifer Burdo, B.S.N., R.N., was appointed director of the 69-bed Clearview treatment services unit. Teresa Schuey, B.S.N., R.N., C.W.S., C.D.E., has assumed the role of nurse manager for the Clearview unit.
Burdo brings over a decade of leadership experience in chemical dependency treatment to this role, previously serving in a management capacity in the Clearview unit at Catholic Health’s Sisters of Charity Hospital. Prior to that, she served as the director of Eastern Niagara Hospital’s Reflections recovery unit, and also managed ENH’s Transitions child and adolescent psychiatric unit at this facility. Additionally, she held roles in various urgent care facilities in the WNY region.
Burdo holds a bachelor of science in nursing degree from Roberts Wesleyan College and an associate degree in nursing from Niagara County Community College. A 2021 Nurse of Distinction Nominee, Burdo serves on numerous committees promoting quality health care, substance abuse and mental health awareness, and diversity across the region.
Schuey graduated from Niagara University with a dual degree in nursing and business – human resources management. She has served as a registered nurse in the Mount St. Mary’s Clearview treatment services since 2021. Prior to that, she held the role of nurse educator with Elderwood in Wheatfield. Additionally, she held clinical roles with Dr. Frank Laurri & Associates, Precision Health Care and Sisters of Charity Hospital.
A recent Mount St. Mary’s Hospital DAISY Award recipient, Schuey holds wound care and ACLS certification, and is a certified diabetic educator. She also instructs courses in adult and child CPR, IV training, and hyperbaric wound safety.
A press release noted, “The 69-bed inpatient unit provides inpatient rehabilitation for patients struggling with a substance use disorder. The Clearview team takes a comprehensive approach to addiction management, including group counseling, one-on-one sessions, medication-assisted treatment, and discussion-based therapy.”
Mount St. Mary’s Director of Operations Kyle Donovan said, “These new managers bring a wealth of talent and experience to our organization. Their depth of knowledge and expertise will undoubtedly heighten the level of care we provide to our patients in this important service for our community. We are grateful that each one has chosen to be a part of Mount St. Mary’s Hospital.”
Vice President for Patient Care Services Susan Brooks, M.S., B.S.N., R.F.N., N.E.A.-B.C., added, “The nursing leadership team at MSMH is beyond thrilled to bring this duo into Clearview to enhance the great work that is being done in this program.”