Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network Announces Hires and Promotion

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ALLENTOWN, PA — Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network (GSRN), an internationally known physical rehabilitation provider that offers a complete continuum of care for adults and children with physical and cognitive challenges, announced a number of recent hires and a promotion.

Jacqueline Adamshick, DNP, MBA, FNP-BC, has been hired as inpatient pediatrics nurse practitioner at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital Pediatric Unit in Bethlehem. Prior to joining Good Shepherd, Adamshick worked at New York-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital in New York City. Adamshick earned her Doctor of Nursing Practice and her master’s degree in Family Primary Care from Pace University, as well as her bachelor’s in Nursing from New York University. Jacqueline also holds master’s and bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration from Villanova University, where she was a Division I scholarship women’s basketball player and team captain. A Lehigh Valley native, Adamshick is a graduate of Central Catholic High School, where she was a two-time state basketball champion.

Cynthia Bauer, PT, DPT, MBA, MSPT, OCS, has been promoted to administrative director of risk and compliance, overseeing risk and compliance functions for GSRN’s inpatient, outpatient, long-term care, long-term acute care and home health services. Bauer started her Good Shepherd career as a physical therapist and advanced to clinical and administrative managerial, risk management and regulatory compliance roles. She most recently earned her master’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Healthcare Administration from DeSales University. Bauer holds a Doctorate in Physical Therapy and is a board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist.

Stacey Brown, MSN, RN, has been hired as director of nursing at the Good Shepherd Specialty Hospital in Bethlehem. In this role, Brown will work as part of the Specialty Hospital leadership team to oversee, implement and evaluate all nursing programs and operations, including recruitment, coaching, care and clinical outcomes. Brown comes to Good Shepherd with an extensive background in nursing management, having served previously as the emergency department nurse manager at St. Luke’s University Health Network in Quakertown and Pocono Medical Center. Brown also held various roles at Reading Health System and LaFollette Medical Center in Tennessee. Brown earned her bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Chamberlain College of Nursing in Addison, Illinois, and her master’s degree in Nursing Administration from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut.

Federica Maranzana, MSN, CRNP, AGCNP-C, has been hired as a nurse practitioner with the Good Shepherd Physician Group, focusing on transitional care. Maranzana earned her master’s degree in Nursing from the University of Pennsylvania and her bachelor’s degree in Nursing from the University of Pittsburgh. She completed clinical rotations at St. Mary’s Fairless Hills Medical Practice, Veterans Affairs Home Care, Penn Medicine Princeton Medicine Physicians, Veterans Affairs, CLC, and Family Practice Center of Newtown – all in the greater Philadelphia area.

Bianca Noel, PA-C, has been hired as a physician assistant based out of Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital in Allentown. Noel previously worked at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, where she was a critical care physician assistant with experience in medical/surgical, neuroscience and trauma ICUs. Noel earned her master’s and bachelor’s of Science degrees from Marywood University. She completed clinical rotations at Honesdale Family Health Center, Geisinger Community Medical Center, Geisinger Wyoming Valley/South Wilkes-Barre, Moses Taylor Hospital and Wilkes-Barre VA Medical Center, among others.

About Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network

Founded in 1908 in Allentown, Pennsylvania, Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network is an internationally known physical rehabilitation provider that offers a complete continuum of care for adults and children with physical and cognitive challenges.

Good Shepherd’s 2,100 Associates treat patients at more than 70 locations in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Good Shepherd cares for adults and children with catastrophic injuries and conditions, such as spinal cord injury, brain injury, stroke, amputation and major multiple traumas and provides outpatient musculoskeletal and orthopedic rehabilitation services, home health, long-term acute care and long-term care.

The Good Shepherd Physician Group is highly regarded for clinical excellence and its commitment to maximizing patients’ functional outcomes, delivering compassionate care and being a national leader in the use of innovative rehabilitation technologies. Good Shepherd physicians are experts who specialize in various aspects of rehabilitation care.

Good Shepherd is the world’s leading clinical user of the Ekso Bionics® exoskeleton to treat patients with spinal cord injuries and was one of four facilities internationally designated by Ekso as a “Center for Robotic Excellence.” Good Shepherd’s long-term care facilities have consistently received 5-star ratings from US News and World Report.

Good Shepherd is a not-for-profit health-care network with a strong commitment to building better communities through partnerships with organizations whose vision and values reflect its own. Good Shepherd partners with the University of Pennsylvania Health System (UPHS) to provide comprehensive rehabilitation and specialty services in the Greater Philadelphia area through Good Shepherd Penn Partners, a joint venture.


Information provide to TVL by:
Mike Walbert
Marketing & Communications Specialist
Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network