Title: Director of Nursing
Company: Arc/Morris Chapter, Morris County, NJ
Location: Orange, New Jersey, United States
Eliza Hudson-Zonn, Director of Nursing at the Arc/Morris county chapter of New Jersey, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Nurses for dedication, achievements, and leadership in nursing.
The Arc is a community-based organization dedicated to the care, support, and advancement of people with intellectual disability, and relies on registered nurses like Ms. Hudson-Zonn to provide not only professional medical care but understanding and patience for the intellectually disabled and their families. Ms. Hudson-Zonn concurrently serves as director of the Nursing Medical Day Care Center at New Community Extended Care in Newark, New Jersey, as well as supervising nurse with Interim Healthcare and private duty nurse with Maxim Healthcare. She is a registered nurse in New Jersey, Texas, and Virginia, and has been in the profession since 1988.
Born to Harzell Gleh and Joan Eliza Killen, Ms. Hudson-Morris immigrated to the U.S. from Liberia in 1978 and attended the University of Southern Mississippi to earn a BA in psychology as well as a BSN in 1984. In 1988, Ms. Hudson-Zonn was appointed critical care nurse with the Midpoint Professional Agency and the National Staffing Association, Inc. in East Orange, New Jersey, a vital starting point in her career. She went on to serve as a private nurse with the Beth Israel Medical Center from 1988 to 1992, as a staff nurse with Montclair General Hospital from 1989 to 1991, and as staff nurse with the United Children’s Hospital in Newark from 1989 to 1992. After working with Midpoint through the early 2000s, Ms. Hudson-Zonn was appointed supervisor with the St. Mary’s Life Center and the Pope John Paul Pavilion in Orange, New Jersey, concurrently with a role as director of nursing with Better Care Nursing Health Services. She briefly worked with the American Red Cross in Morris County before assuming her current prolific roles. Ms. Hudson-Zonn has found time to be an ardent human rights supporter, and to raise her daughter, Kimberly Clayde.
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