Title: Nurse Supervisor
Company: The Pines at Utica Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation
Location: Oriskany, New York, United States
Brett M. Cassevah, RN, Nurse Supervisor at The Pines at Utica Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Nurses for dedication, achievements, and leadership in health care.
In preparation for his career in health care, Mr. Cassevah attended the Oriskany Central School and graduated with a diploma in 1993. He continued his higher education at the St. Elizabeth College of Nursing, earning an Associate of Science in Nursing in 2004. Mr. Cassevah holds numerous professional certifications, including being a Registered Nurse, a Licensed Practical Nurse and a certified Critical Care Nurse, and holding an Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support certification and a Basic Life Support certification.
Since 2021, Mr. Cassevah has been a nurse supervisor at The Pines at Utica Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation. Prior to this position, he garnered experience as a registered nurse at the Delaware County Memorial Hospital and Strong Memorial Hospital. Mr. Cassevah additionally worked at the Upstate Medical Center, UHS Wilson Medical Center and Bassett Healthcare Network. From 2004 to 2005, he was a licensed practical nurse with the St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center.
In addition to his work as a registered nurse, Mr. Cassevah worked as an emergency medical technician for three years. He has also been a volunteer firefighter since 1996 and an assistant chief in the Oriskany Fire Department since 1992. In his current post with The Pines at Utica Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation, Mr. Cassevah oversees staff nurses, more than 100 patients, administers IVs, coordinates with patients, and handles patient charts and admissions.
Mr. Cassevah has been recognized for his accomplishments in health care with multiple awards and accolades. In 2016 and 2018, the International Nurses Association/Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare recognized him as a Top Registered Nurse. In addition, Mr. Cassevah has received multiple Lifesaving Awards from the STAR Program. In the coming years, he hopes to continue to advance in his career as a registered nurse and become a director of nursing at a medical institution.
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