Stacy Donnelly is a licensed Registered Nurse with 20+ years’ experience working in Nursing Homes, Skilled Rehabilitation Facilities, and Continuing Care Retirement Communities. As a Director of Nursing she focused on, among other areas, the Federal, State, and Local Regulations.
Her involvement in these settings has contributed to her extensive experience in developing policies and procedures, investigating incidents and unusual occurrences, auditing patient care, monitoring adherence to policies and procedures, providing education to staff, and ensuring the compliance with the Federal, State and Local Regulations. Ms. Donnelly’s casework frequently involves investigations into falls, weight loss, dehydration, elopement, wrongful death, sexual assaults of Nursing Home residents, resident abuse and negligence, facility policies, procedures and staffing.
Her years of experience with both hands-on care from a nursing assistant through charge nurse and nursing management as a Director of Nursing has given her a strong knowledge base of standards of care, facility operations and facility policies and procedures, and Federal Regulations. Ms. Donnelly also has experience working with school aged children and adolescents within the school setting. Her casework involves investigations into the assessment, planning and treatment for the care provided to children and adolescents within the school environment. Ms. Donnelly graduated from Allentown College of St. Francis de Sales with a Bachelor of Nursing degree.
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- Harleysville, PA 19438
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Blog Posts & Resources
Nursing Home Neglect: The Factors Involved & How It’s Identified
An overview of nursing home neglect from the perspective of a nursing home expert witness.
Elder Abuse: What You Need to Know: Part 1
In part 1 of our blog series on elder abuse, we will be discussing what elder abuse entails and the five different types. Part 2 will go into detail...
Elder Abuse: What You Need to Know: Part 2
In part one of our series on elder abuse, we discussed what elder abuse entailed and the five different types. In part 2 of our series, will go into...