Middletown, NY- Orange Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce the appointment of Cindy Chapman, MSN, RNC-OB, NE-BC, EFM-C as the Nursing Unit Director of the Rowley Family Birthing Center and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Ms. Chapman has experience and knowledge in both Maternal Child and Neonatal nursing and comes to Orange Regional from Good Samaritan Hospital, an acute care hospital in Suffern, New York where she held the position of Nursing Unit Manager of the Neonatal and Mother/Baby Units.
Ms. Chapman earned her Master’s of Science degree in Nursing from the University of Phoenix, her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Biola University in California. She also has an Associate’s degree in Nursing from Chaffey College in California. Ms. Chapman is certified in Inpatient Obstetrics, Electronic Fetal Monitoring and is a Board certified Nurse Executive.
“With Ms. Chapman’s commitment to quality and service excellence, her demonstrated clinical skills and passion, she is a great addition to the Rowley Family Birthing Center,” says Vice President of Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer, Joanne Ritter-Teitel, PhD, RN, CEA-BC.
“We are thrilled to have someone join our team whose extensive experience will continue our tradition of providing superior quality care to our patients,” said Orange Regional’s Nursing Service Administrator of Women and Children, Theresa Fay Conte, RN-C, MSN.
To learn more about The Rowley Family Birthing Center visit www.ormc.org/maternity. For more about Orange Regional’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit visit www.ormc.org/nicu.
Orange Regional Medical Center is a member of the Greater Hudson Valley Health System.
About Orange Regional’s Maternity Services
The Rowley Family Birthing Center, located on the sixth floor of the Hospital, is a state-of-the-art facility where moms deliver in a nurturing, safe and comfortable environment. The Birthing Center includes a high-tech security system, 12 private labor/delivery and recovery rooms, 23 private post-partum rooms, private triage rooms and two operating rooms for caesarean delivery. Each room has a bathroom with a soothing shower, scenic views, HDTV, an individual thermostat and sleeper sofa for birthing partners. The Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) provides specialized care for newborns. The 10-bed unit complements current perinatal services and provides a full array of specialized equipment and delivery room coverage along with all required support services, around the clock. Full-time neonatologists affiliated with Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital at Westchester Medical Center and specially trained neonatal nurses and nurse practitioners also provide expertise and support to infants and their families.